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Man to go to trial over racial offences at a Lidl
Updated 8:40am Thursday 26th June 2014 in News
A man has elected to go trial over a series of racial offences allegedly carried out at Lidl.
Andrew Philip Tester, of Barley Close, Crawley, will appear at Horsham Magistrates Court on October 2 on charges of racially or religiously aggravated criminal damage and racially or religiously aggravated common assault.
The 33-year-old elected to stand when he appeared at Crawley Magistrates Court on June 11.
He was released on bail.
The charges followed an incident at the Lidl supermarket in Hazelwick Avenue, Crawley, on April 11.
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