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Willesden man accused of stealing luxury fur coats from St John’s Wood boutique and jumper from Harrods

PUBLISHED: 11:33 06 October 2015 | UPDATED: 11:33 06 October 2015

Daley is also accused of stealing a jumper from Harrods (Pic: Google Streetview)

Daley is also accused of stealing a jumper from Harrods (Pic: Google Streetview)

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A 23-year-old man from Willesden accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of fur coats from a St John’s Wood boutique and clothing from Harrods will appear in court tomorrow.

Daley is accused of walking into Gale Furs on Blenheim Terrace in St John's Woods and stealing £150,000 of fur coats (Picture credit: Google Street View)Daley is accused of walking into Gale Furs on Blenheim Terrace in St John's Woods and stealing £150,000 of fur coats (Picture credit: Google Street View)

Jason Daley, who lives in the Depaul Trust hostel in Willesden Lane, is accused of trespass and burglary after he allegedly walked into Gale Furs in Blenheim Terrace and made off with £150,000 worth of luxury fur coats on May 22 this year.

He also stands accused of stealing a jumper worth £170 from the Harrods store in Knightsbridge on September 28.

Daley is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.


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