A man has been charged with a string of offences including receiving stolen goods in Hemel Hempstead.

Jake Lloyd appeared before Hatfield Magistrates yesterday (Wednesday, July 5), where he was remanded into custody.

The 33-year-old had been charged with two burglaries, one count of receiving stolen goods and one count of interference with a motor vehicle.


The first incident took place when a vehicle was reportedly stolen from Hemel Hempstead on Thursday, June 8.

Lloyd was charged with receiving stolen goods. The vehicle has now been recovered.

On Tuesday, June 27, attempts were made to gain access to a Range Rover in Tring.


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Lloyd has since been charged with interference with a motor vehicle.

Following an incident on Tring High Street - on the same day (June 27) - Lloyd was charged with burglary.

He was again charged with burglary following an incident at Aldbury Post Office on Monday, July 3.

"Several bottles of alcohol" had been stolen on the day.

Detective Sergeant Paul Sammons said: "This investigation is a perfect example of how calls from members of the public can help to progress police enquiries.

"Information was passed to us, which allowed us to make an arrest and secure charges. I’d like to thank everyone involved.”