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Women charged following Operation Kracker shoplifting arrests

Three women from Cheltenham have been charged with shoplifting after being arrested Monday morning (December 14).

Jade Stevens, 30yo of Ashlands Road was charged with seven counts of theft from a shop, Cerise Theyer, 33yo of Pates Avenue was charged with six counts of theft from a shop and Victoria Wakeley-Jones, 23yo of Mount View Drive was charged with one count of theft from a shop.

They have been released on police bail to appear at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court on 12 March 2021.

The charges relate to intelligence that was gathered after a number of recent incidents of shoplifting in Cheltenham and Tewkesbury.

Read more: Three women arrested as part of operation to tackle shoplifting, theft and ASB 

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