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A man from Tameside has appeared in court today as part of an investigation into the theft of high-value cars around the region.
Daniel Scollins (31), of Rydal Avenue, Hyde, appeared accused of conspiracy to commit burglary earlier today (Wednesday 9 February).
The charges relate to reported car thefts by means of burglary between Tuesday 28 December 2021 and Wednesday 2 February 2022 across Greater Manchester.
It follows the arrest and charge of two men who were arrested in Openshaw following a planned strike, which is part of an investigation by detectives in our Serious and Organised Crime Group who continue with their enquiries.