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Two men from Chester have been charged following the attempted robbery of a taxi driver in the city.
Michael Creevy, 46, and Philip Corbett, 45, were arrested at their home in Norman Way at around 2.45am on Thursday 27 August.
The pair have subsequently been charged with attempted robbery, threatening a person with a bladed article in a public place and making off without payment.
The charges relate to an incident that occurred on Norris Road at around 2.30am on Thursday 27 August.
No-one was injured during the incident.
Creevy and Corbett appeared before Warrington Magistrates’ Court on Friday 28 August, via a video link.
They were both remanded in custody and are set to appear at Liverpool Crown Court on Friday 25 September.
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