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McColl's Robbery: Man Convicted

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A Thame man has been charged in connection with robbery and false imprisonment.

Lewis Bradbrook-Taylor, aged 22, of Putman Close, Thame was arrested and charged on 28th August for one count of robbery and for two counts of false imprisonment.

The charge relates to an incident which took place on Monday 28th July at Martin McColls convenience store, on Bank Parade. A man entered the store at around 5.10am and falsely imprisoned two members of staff.

The man took money from the safe and left the scene.

Bradbrook-Taylor appeared at Aylesbury Crown Court on Friday, 5th September. We will update you with the outcome as soon as we can obtain confirmation.

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