Men plead not guilty to Petts Wood kidnapping

David Moody and Danny Crawley have pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and robbery in Petts Wood

David Moody and Danny Crawley have pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and robbery in Petts Wood

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , deputy news editor

Two men have pleaded not guilty to a kidnap and robbery in Petts Wood.

David Moody, 40, of Godstow Road, Greenwich, and Danny Crawley, 33, from Sutton, are accused of kidnapping Charles Warr after an alleged carjacking in Station Square on October 30 last year.

Both are also accused of robbing the victim of a £75,000 Aston Martin Vantage car, a Rolex watch and £100 cash.

Police were first alerted to the crime when a witness called to say they had seen a carjacking.

Police say the victim reported being driven around south London before he eventually managed to escape in Thamesmead.

An appeal was launched to identify a man who was captured on CCTV in the BP garage in Perry Street, Chislehurst.

Moody and Crawley's trial is set for April 28 at Croydon Crown Court.

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