Two men charged after alleged Mansfield robbery

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Two men will appear in court after a man’s personal belongings were allegedly stolen. Officers were called to Newgate Lane, Mansfield, at around 1am on Thursday, June 16, after receiving a report of a man being robbed.

A watch, phone and cash were all allegedly taken during the incident. Jack Carlisle, 32, of Newgate Lane, Mansfield, and Jeremy Coyle, 36, of Colston Road, Mansfield, have both been charged with robbery.

Both were due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court today (Saturday, June 18). Detective Sergeant Matt Dumbrell, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “I am pleased thanks to the hard work by officers from across the force including our dedicated county knife crime team, Operation Reacher, response officers and detectives that we have been able to charge two people with this incident.

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“Robbery is an extremely serious offence and we will always thoroughly investigate as we understand the impact it can have on a person, business or family both financially and emotionally.

“I hope it sends a strong message to the public that we will always use all the resources available to us and use different team’s skillsets to investigate incidents reported to us.”

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