Three to reappear before magistrates

November 1997
Cabinet Maker;11/28/97, Issue 5066, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the scheduled reappearance of three former employees of British firms Long Eaton Sofa Co. and Lincoln House, before Ilkeston magistrates on December 1, 1997 to face theft charges.


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