Berkshire

Reading disorder sees another man charged and more arrested

A man has been charged and further arrests have been made in connection with recent disorder at a cash and carry store in Berkshire.

A 30-year-old man from Reading has been charged with violent behaviour and burglary of the town's Makro store.

Thames Valley Police have also arrested three other men from the Reading area in connection with the incident, two aged 21 and one aged 22.

The disorder has been linked to the riots around England.

The 30-year-old man has been remanded in custody and will appear at Reading Magistrates' Court later.

The three men arrested have been bailed.

Eleven people, aged between 16 and 39, have already been charged with burglary and violent disorder following the incident on 9 August, which involved about 40 people.

Some £15,000 worth of goods were allegedly stolen from the store in Elgar Road South.

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