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Pair charged with stealing £15,000-worth of power tools in Golders Green

15:51 02 June 2014

Vaughan and Monk are accused of taking £15,000-worth of power tools in one burglary in Finchley Road, Golders Green.

Vaughan and Monk are accused of taking £15,000-worth of power tools in one burglary in Finchley Road, Golders Green.

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Two men have appeared in court charged with stealing £15,000-worth of power tools in Golders Green.

Aaron Vaughan, 25, of Spottons Grove, Tottenham, appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Friday charged with nine counts of burglary, two counts of theft from a vehicle and one count of theft.

He appeared alongside Luke Monk, 26, of De Quincey Road, Tottenham, who is charged with five burglaries and one theft from a vehicle.

Both men are accused of taking £15,000-worth of power tools in one burglary in Finchley Road, Golders Green, between May 21 and 24.

Vaughan is also accused of stealing more power tools in another burglary in the same period in the same road.

The other offences are alleged to have taken place in areas across north London, including Bounds Green, Tottenham, Wood Green and Finchley.

Jean Monk, 28, of Henningham Road, Tottenham, also appeared at the same court on Friday charged with receiving stolen goods - namely car keys, a Playstation games console and a bag.

She was released on conditional bail to return to Wood Green Crown Court on June 13.

Vaughan and Monk were remanded in custody to appear alongside her on June 13.

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