Father and son charged over £45,000 cash box robbery at Tattenham Corner Co-op
A father and son have been charged after a cash box, containing about £45,000, was stolen outside a Co-op convenience store.
The charges come after a cash delivery worker was robbed outside the Co-op in Tattenham Corner on January 30.
Terrance Clark, 50, and Lewis Clark, 27, of Thessaly Road, Battersea, have been charged with conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of a firearm or imitation firearm with criminal intent.
The pair appeared at South East Surrey Magistrates Court this morning where they were remanded in custody to appear at Guildford Crown Court on November 15.
A Tadworth man in his 30s, who was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit robbery in June, was released yesterday with no further action taken against him.
A Battersea woman in her 20s, who was arrested in March, and a Brixton man in his 20s, who was arrested in April on suspicion of money laundering, remain on police bail until November 12.
And an Essex man in his 40s, who was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of money laundering, remains on police bail until November 14.