Three Corby men have been charged over a series of incidents where people who advertised motorbikes for sale have had them stolen.
Connor Campion, 29, has been charged with five counts of theft of a motor vehicle and two counts of robbery.
Jude Campbell, 20, has been charged with three counts of theft of a motor vehicle.
Joseph Farr, 20, of Corby, has been charged with one count of theft of a motor vehicle.
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All of these charges come after incidents in Corby where motorbike sellers, who live in various parts of the UK, have been asked to come to the town to complete the purchase.
But when they arrived they had their bikes stolen and no payment was made.
Campion, Campbell and Farr will appear at Northampton Magistrates’ Court on August 6
Lead investigator, PC Mark Walker, said: “This has been a complex investigation and I would like to thank the victims, who reside in various parts of the UK, for their support and patience.”