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Brent Cross watch shop robbery: Two men charged as four gang members remain unaccounted for

PUBLISHED: 12:22 11 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:50 11 October 2018

A watch shop was raided by a gang on motorbikes

A watch shop was raided by a gang on motorbikes

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Two men have been charged following an armed raid on a watch shop in Brent Cross Shopping Centre.

Kyle Ettiene, of nearby Marble Drive, and Lookman Shekoni, who lives in Lambeth, will appear in custody at Willesden Magistrates Court today charged with attempted robbery.

The two 27-year-olds were part of a gang of six people riding three motorbikes who raided the shop at 7.15pm on Tuesday.

It is not yet known whether anything was stolen.

Police are urgently trying to track down the four other suspects who made off on two bikes.

An investigation led by Flying Squad officers continues.

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