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Two men charged in connection with burglary at Newent Fire Station

Two men have been charged in connection with a burglary at Newent Fire Station at the beginning of December.

Vincent Smith, age 39 and of Parkside Close in Churchdown and Jack McIntosh, age 33 and of Shamrock Close in Churchdown have both been charged with three counts of non-dwelling burglary.

They both appeared at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court on Wednesday (3 Feb) where Smith was recalled to prison and McIntosh was released on bail to reappear on Wednesday 3 March.

The charges also relate to an investigation into burglaries in the Bishops Norton area.

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