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Man in court over Securitas raid
Securitas depot in Tonbridge
Seven people have been charged following the Securitas depot raid
A 26-year-old man has appeared in court charged in connection with Britain's biggest cash robbery.

Ermir Hysenaj is accused of conspiracy to rob in connection with the 53m Securitas raid in Tonbridge, Kent, on 22 February.

He spoke only to confirm his name when he appeared at Maidstone Crown Court.

Mr Hysenaj, of New Road, Crowborough, East Sussex, was remanded in custody until 12 June, when four other men and a woman are also due to appear.

Car dealer John Fowler, 60, of Staplehurst in Kent, is charged with conspiracy to rob, kidnapping the depot manager, his wife and son, and handling stolen goods.

Cash missing

Car salesman Stuart Royle, 47, from Maidstone, unemployed Jetmir Bucpapa, 24, from Tonbridge, and Lea Rusha, 33, from Southborough, near Tunbridge Wells, are charged with conspiracy to rob.

Hairdresser Kim Shackleton, 38, from Maidstone, is charged with handling stolen goods.

Another woman, warehouse worker Raluca Antonela Millen, of Dudley Road, Tunbridge Wells, has also been charged with conspiracy to rob and conspiracy to kidnap in connection with the raid.

The 25-year-old Romanian is due to appear at Maidstone Crown Court on Friday.

Raiders netted 53,116,760 in the raid. Most of the cash is still missing.

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