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Police charge man with Haslington Co-op robbery
4:52pm Friday 20th September 2013 in News
CHESHIRE Police have charged a 35-year-old man with three knife point robberies.
Detectives working closely with colleagues in Staffordshire charged Nicholas Andrew Overton with the knife point robbery at the CoOp in Haslington which happened on September 12 2013.
He was also charged with a knife point robbery in Park News in Brown Street, Macclesfield which happened on August 30 2013 and a knife point robbery at the Wine Cellar in Oulton Road, Stone in Staffordshire which happened on September 8 2013.
He was also charged with being a temporarily released prisoner from HMP Thorn Cross in Warrington being unlawfully at large.
Overton was arrested in the early hours of Thursday September 19 at an address in School Crescent, Crewe.
A 38-year-old woman was also arrested on harbouring an escaped prisoner. She has since been bailed pending further enquiries.
Overton was due to appear at Crewe Magistrates on September 20.
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