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Man jailed after theft of treadmills from David Lloyd in Woking

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Man jailed after theft of treadmills from David Lloyd in Woking

Published at 2:38pm 23rd September 2019. (Updated at 4:56pm 23rd September 2019)

A man has been jailed after he admitted stealing a number of treadmills from David Lloyd in Woking

22-year-old Mark Doe, from Turnham Close, was caught after police were called to a lay-by along the A320 Woking Road at Slyfield on September 3rd.

It followed reports that two men appeared to breaking in to the vehicle. Officers then thought high value treadmills and exercise machines inside.

Mark Doe was arrested after being detained inside the back of the lorry. 

He was jailed for 18 weeks after also admitting the theft of a laptop and a handbag after he broke into a house in Wood Street Village two days before.

He also stole £500 of alcohol after breaking into a Tesco warehouse on the 31st August. 

Edward Butler, 44, of Havant, Hampshire, was charged with theft of a motor vehicle and a number of driving offences following the theft of a car from Wonersh on 3 September.

He was also charged with drink driving, driving whilst disqualified and driving with no insurance.

Erald Xhaja, 26, of High Street, Godalming will appear at Guildford Crown Court on October 3rd.

He has been charged with numerous offences, including possession with intent to supply class A drugs and possession of false identity documents.

He was also charged with driving without a licence and driving with no insurance after he was stopped in Guildford earlier this month.

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