'Most wanted' South East burglary accused is charged
One of the South East's "most wanted" burglary suspects has been arrested after he handed himself into police.
Max Nevin, 22, was detained by officers at Robertsbridge railway station in East Sussex after he called police to let them know where he was.
He has been charged with conspiracy to burgle homes in Witherenden Hill, Burwash Common, assaulting a police officer and failing to answer bail.
Mr Nevin is due to appear at Brighton Magistrates' Court later.
Images and names of the "most wanted" burglary suspects across the South East were published on Monday.
It is the first time Thames Valley, Sussex, Surrey and Kent forces have combined for an anti-burglary campaign.