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East Ham man charged in connection with 35 burglaries

PUBLISHED: 14:32 05 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:43 05 August 2016

A Redbridge police officer was dismissed on Wednesday after he breached professional standards for receiving a caution for harassment  Picture: Joe Giddens/PA

A Redbridge police officer was dismissed on Wednesday after he breached professional standards for receiving a caution for harassment Picture: Joe Giddens/PA

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Detectives from the Met’s London Flying Squad have charged two men, one from East Ham, in connection with 35 burglaries in west London last year.

30-year-old Nathan Dale, of St George’s Court, was charged on Thursday, August 4, with conspiracy to commit residential burglaries and handling stolen goods.

Jordan McKenzie-Pryce. 20, of Leverson Street, Streatham has also been charged with the same offences.

The pair were remanded in custody to appear at Kingston Crown Court on August 31.


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