A MAN charged with two robbery offences in Fleet at the weekend will stand trial next month.

Aaron Hubbard, 19, of Montgomery Road, Farnborough, was charged with two counts of robbery in Albert Street, Fleet, on November 14.

He appeared before Basingstoke Magistrates Court today (Tuesday, November 17) where the case was sent to Winchester Crown Court, scheduled for December 16.

Hubbard has been released on bail, subject to a tagged curfew between 7pm and 5am.

This means he must stay within his home address between these hours, and has also been asked not to make contact with another man associated with the case.

It comes after three men were arrested in connection with the incident.

Two other men, a 20 year old from Aldershot and a 50 year old man from Farnborough, have been released under investigation.

Police issued an appeal for witnesses yesterday, after teenagers were robbed in two incidents in Fleet and Farnborough.

The first incident occurred at around 6pm on November 14 in Albert Street, Fleet. Three friends, all in their late teens, were stood together when a silver 4 x 4 pulled up alongside them and three suspects got out.

They approached the victims and showed them a knife, telling them to hand over property.

The suspects stole an electric scooter, black leather wallet, a black hoody, an iPhone, iPods and a quantity of cash. The suspects then drove off towards Union Street.

The second incident occurred at around 9.20pm the same night in Queen Elizabeth Park, Farnborough. Five friends, all in their mid-teens, were sat on a bench between the pond and play area when they were approached by the two suspects.

One of the suspects has pulled out a knife and threatened the teenagers, telling them to hand over their property. A black Apple iPhone, white Air Pods, black Armani bag and two mountain bikes were stolen. The suspects then rode off on the stolen bikes.

A Hampshire Constabulary spokesperson said: "If anyone has any information about these crimes or if you were in the area and have dash cam footage, please get in touch by calling 101, quoting reference 44200441928.

"You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting the same reference.

"Local neighbourhood officers have increased patrols in the area. If you’re concerned or have information that could help us identify those involved, please get in touch."