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Man faces robbery and theft charges

A man charged in connection with a robbery and thefts will remain behind bars.

David Love, 31, was denied bail by Judge Thomas Dohm on Monday in provincial court.

Love is charged with robbery, break and enter, escaping from custody, using a forged document, two counts of theft under $5,000 and two counts of possession of stolen property under $5,000.

Love is accused of breaking into a home in late January, stealing televisions from London Drugs on Feb. 20, and the robbery of gold chains from Thong’s Jewelers on Feb. 24.

Details of the alleged offences cannot be reported due to a publication ban.

His next court date is March 28.

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