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Three men plead not guilty to burgling South Woodford school

12:39 10 June 2014

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Three men have pleaded not guilty to burgling a school.

Paul Barrall, 31, of Courtenay Road, Leytonstone, Andrew Akinyemi, 26, of Plantagenet Place in Broomfield Road, Chadwell Heath, and George Gisa, 22, of Aldersey Gardens, Barking, are accused of stealing from Oakdale Junior School, in Oakdale Road, South Woodford.

The men all appeared at Barkingside Magistrates’ Court on Friday and their case has been sent to Snaresbrook Crown Court for Monday.

They were remanded in custody.

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