Man due in court charged with stealing from Brighton charity shops

The Argus: Man due in court charged with stealing from Brighton charity shops Man due in court charged with stealing from Brighton charity shops

A man has been charged with stealing clothes from charity shops and banks.

Jobless Jeffery Bond, 38, of Apsley Court, Bewbush, Crawley, is due to appear on bail at Crawley Magistrates’ Court tomorrow charged withh theft.

He is accused of stealing clothing and shoes from two charity banks, one on the A259 at Rottingdean, and one at Moulsecoomb Way, Brighton, and attempted theft from another clothing bank at Saltdean Lido on the same day.

The alleged offences took place on November 18.

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