Two Sheffield men charged after spate of thefts from cars at M1 service station

Two Sheffield men have been charged after a police investigation into a spate of thefts from cars at an M1 service station.

By Dan Hayes
Sunday, 6th October 2019, 3:31 pm
Updated Monday, 7th October 2019, 12:01 pm
Woodall Services on the M1 near Sheffield (pic: Google).

The thefts, which all happened at Woodall services earlier this year, saw victims report items taken from their car but no damage done to their vehicles.

A Rotherham South Neighbourhood Team investigation which also involved a specialist technical team and Highways England have now led to two men being charged.

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Kyle Maxwell, 26, of Spinkhill Drive, Sheffield, and George Anderson, 25, of Car Vale Drive, Sheffield, have both now been charged with conspiracy to steal from a vehicle and of going equipped for theft.

They were charged on Friday, October 4 and have been bailed to appear before Sheffield Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, December 3.