Detectives investigating a robbery in Orpington in which a puppy was stolen have charged a man.

Francis Zeta, of High Street, Plaistow E13, was arrested on suspicion of robbery on Thursday, 5 March.

An investigation was launched on Tuesday, 3 March, after a man reported that his puppy, Spot, had been stolen in Lullingstone Crescent.

Spot was located after he was found wandering in the street, and has been returned to his owners.



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