Bradley Stoke man among four charged with petrol station robbery

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A Bradley Stoke man is among a group of people charged with robbery and carrying a bladed article following an incident at a local petrol filling station.

Four people were due in court today (Monday 22nd January), following a robbery at a petrol station on Friday 19th January 2024.

Kitchen & Laundry Appliance Care, Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Police were called to the BP filling station on the A38 Gloucester Road in Woodhouse Down, near Almondsbury, at 3am on Friday.

Staff at the 24-hour facility reported that someone armed with a large knife or sword had forced their way into the forecourt shop and stolen lottery tickets before making off in a vehicle. Thankfully, no one was hurt in the incident.

The BP filling station on Gloucester Road, Woodhouse Down. Source: Google Street View.

By Sunday 21st January officers had arrested and charged three teenagers and a man in his 20s with robbery and possession of a knife/blade.

Jack Henson-Jones, 25, of Bradley Stoke and Alfie Hahn, 18, of St George, along with two 17-year-olds remain in custody pending their appearance before Bristol Magistrates’ Court.

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