A group of men suspected of ram-raiding Louis Vuitton's flagship UK store have appeared in court.
Five men were arrested following the incident where thieves smashed through the door of the Sloane Street store on scooters at 1.30am on Thursday (June 26).
They are then said to have targeted the iconic handbags which can cost up to £24,000.
Alan Kelly, 20 and David Kelly, 30, both of Finsbury Park, Michael Lewis, 28 of Rainham and Daryl Salisbury, of Highbury were all charged with conspiracy to commit burglary at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court on Saturday (June 28).
Salisbury was also charged with possession with intent to supply cannabis.
The four men have been remanded in custody and are set to appear at Blackfriar's Crown Court, with a date yet to be confirmed.
Another 24-year-old was bailed pending further enquiries.
The incident comes just over a month after three masked men burst into the nearby Designer Exchange in Egerton Terrace in broad daylight on May 24 and stole more than £150,000 worth of designer handbags.
Just over a year ago a stolen black Mercedes was used to ram raid Gucci's flagship store in Sloane Street where thieves stole handbags which cost upwards of £2,000.