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Women bailed over 53m depot raid
Securitas depot
The Securitas robbery was the UK's biggest cash robbery
Three women arrested by police investigating the UK's biggest cash robbery have been released on bail pending further inquiries.

They were seized in London on Thursday in connection with the 53m Securitas depot raid in Tonbridge on 22 February.

They were being held on suspicion of money laundering and handling stolen property as Kent Police continue to explore a number of lines of inquiry.

Five people charged in connection with the raid are due in court on 12 June.

John Fowler, 57, from Staplehurst in Kent, is charged with kidnapping the depot manager and his wife and young son, as well as conspiracy to rob and handling stolen goods.

Kim Shackleton, 39, of Allen Street in Maidstone, is accused of handling stolen goods.

Stuart Royle, 47, also of Allen Street, Jetmir Bucpapa, 24, of Hadlow Road in Tonbridge, and Lea John Rusha, 33, of Lambersart Close in Tunbridge Wells, are all charged with conspiracy to rob.

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