31-year-old man charged after Royston fake tan theft

PUBLISHED: 14:53 25 January 2012

A 31-YEAR-OLD man has been charged with theft after allegedly making off with £400 of fake tan from a Royston store.

Boots, in the High Street, was targeted by a crook at around 12.50pm and a London man was later arrested on a train heading to Hitchin.

He has been bailed and will appear at Stevenage Magistrates on February 3.

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