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Man appears in court charged with committing criminal damage at Huddersfield bus station

He was also charged with an alleged racially aggravated public order offence against a man and a robbery offence committed against a woman in the Imperial Arcade in Huddersfield on 11 May.

A man appeared in court last week charged with offences committed at Huddersfield Bus Station.

Omar Malik, 36, from Headlands Road, Pontefract, was charged to appear before the morning session of Leeds Magistrates Court on Thursday, 9 June. 

The 36-year-old was charged with an alleged criminal damage offence and an alleged racially aggravated public order offence against a male, both of which occurred on 5 May at the bus station.

He was also charged with a robbery offence committed against a female in the Imperial Arcade in Huddersfield on 11 May.

The hearing resulted in him being remanded in custody to appear before Leeds Crown Court on Friday, 8 July.

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