Welling man charged with string of offences in Bexley, Greenwich and Kent

PUBLISHED: 10:01 03 January 2017


The news follows a joint investigation by police in Kent and London

A Welling man has been charged with a series of theft, burglary and driving offences in Bexley, Greenwich and Kent.

Thomas Siggers, 22, was charged on Saturday, December 31 with 23 counts of nine offences following a joint investigation by officers from Bexley, Greenwich and officers from Kent Police.

The charges he faces are:

•One count of Burglary

•Two counts of Theft of motor vehicle

•One count of Theft from a motor vehicle

•Four counts of Theft, other

•One count of Taking a conveyance without consent

•Two counts of Handling stolen goods

•Five counts of Driving a motor vehicle on a road without Insurance

•Five counts of Driving whilst disqualified

•Two counts of Making off without making payment

Siggers was due to appear before Bromley Magistrates Court yesterday (January 2).

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