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West Drayton man charged with string of sexual attacks and with the Halloween robbery of Philippa May

The 22-year-old has been charged with the robbery of Philippa May as well as seven other offences including attempted kidnap

Thomas Christopher Biggs was charged on Friday (November 18)(Image: Met Police)

A 22-year-old man from West Drayton has been charged with a series of sex attacks on women and with the robbery of Philippa May in Uxbridge.

Thomas Christopher Biggs, of Wraysbury Drive, was charged on Friday (November 18) with the robbery of 43-year-old Ms May in St John's Road on Halloween (October 31).

Biggs has also been charged with seven other offences throughout 2016.

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He has been charged with three counts of sexual assault – two on April 17 and one on May 22) and one count of attempted kidnap/false imprisonment with intent to commit a sexual offence on July 21.

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Biggs is also charged with one count of robbery in West Drayton on October 30, one count of assault by penetration on October 30 and one count of possession of a pointed/bladed article on November 17.

He appeared at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court on Friday and was remanded in custody to appear at Isleworth Crown Court on December 16.

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