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Men charged after high value cars were stolen in Glossop

Posted on 15th December 2016

Police have charged two men in connection with burglaries after high value cars were stolen in Glossop.

Overnight between Sunday, October 9 and Monday, October 10, thieves smashed the window of a property on Fay Gardens in Hadfield. Once inside they stole a wallet, a purse, and a set of car keys before driving off in the homeowners Mercedes E220.

A BMW Sport was stolen from a driveway on Tavern Road in Hadfield after thieves smashed the patio door of the house and took the car keys. The incident took place on the night of Sunday, September 18.

Overnight between Friday, September 16 and Saturday, September 17, thieves drove off in an Audi A4 and a Volkswagen Golf after forcing open a window and stealing the car keys from a house on Bracken Way, Glossop. 

Similar burglaries also took place over the Manchester border where thieves stole keys and drove off in the homeowner’s cars.

Police in Glossop worked alongside Greater Manchester Police during the investigations into burglaries in Glossop and Manchester.

Samuel Irving (27) of Rimmer Close, Manchester and Kyle Brindley (21) of Dorking Avenue in Newton Heath, Manchester were charged with conspiracy to commit burglary by Greater Manchester Police.

Brindley and Irving have been remanded in custody and are due to appear at Manchester Crown Court on Thursday, December 22.

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