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A man has been remanded in custody on suspicion of robbery and burglary offences in St Leonards.
Police were called to Oxford Road in the town on October 8 over reports of a robbery and a man was subsequently arrested.
Officers charged 29-year-old Liam Perry, of no fixed address, with robbery and with two counts of burglary at an address in the town on August 1 and August 6.
Perry was also charged with two counts of theft from an address in St Leonards on June 4 and July 22.
He appeared before Brighton Magistrates’ Court on October 15, where he was remanded in custody.
Perry will next appear before Lewes Crown Court to answer the charges on November 14.