Francis Graham accused a spree of thefts including in Hammersmith
A 26-year-old man has been remanded in custody after pleading not guilty to a number of offences of theft.
Francis Graham of Hunter Street, WC1 appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court on Thursday, 24 September.
One of the charges faced by Mr Graham related to a commercial burglary on Shepherd’s Bush Road, Hammersmith which took place on 13 December last year.
The police allege that Mr Graham was behind a spree of bike thefts across London in which up to £10,000 worth of bikes were stolen around Richmond, Twickenham, Kingston, Fulham and Hackney.
The other offences he was charged with are as follows:
Theft from motor vehicle at Baches Street, Hackney on 29 October 2019;
Commercial burglary at Queenshurst Square, Kingston on 29 November 2019;
Theft of pedal cycle from a shop at Richmond Road, Kingston on 6 December 2019;
Theft of pedal cycle at Broom Road, Richmond on 6 December 2019;
Commercial burglary at Kensal Road, W10 on 17 December 2019;
Commercial burglary at Church Road, Teddington on 30 January;
Theft of pedal cycle at St Bartholemews Hospital, on 10 July;
Theft of pedal cycle at Woods Road, SE15, on 10 July;
Theft of pedal cycle at Heygate Street, SE17 on 4 August;
Theft of pedal cycle at Cheapside, EC2 on 23 September.
Mr Graham is due to appear for trial at a later date,
September 26, 2020