A Wellingborough man is one of five people charged with a number of offences as part of a Thames Valley Police investigation.
They were charged on Thursday (April 9) and Friday (April 10) following warrants which took place on Thursday.
Among the five was Richard Barrett, 28, of Chapman Avenue, Wellingborough, who was charged with two counts of burglary and one count of theft of a vehicle.
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Ryan Lines, 36, of Tatling Grove, Walnut Tree, Craig Gillings, 28, of Sunset Close, Bletchley and Hayley Goodwin, 38, of Sunset Close, Bletchley were all charged with one count of conspiracy to convert criminal property, one count of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and one count of conspiracy to steal.
Marc Ewing, 31, of Bellway, Woburn Sands, was charged with one count of conspiracy to convert criminal property.
The charges are in connection with incidents which occurred in and around the Milton Keynes area between January 2017 and April 2020.
The five people appeared at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on Saturday (April 11).
They have been remanded in custody to appear at Aylesbury Crown Court on June 1.
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