Kidnapping trial put off until December

Last updated 13:58 27/11/2013

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Three teens accused of kidnap have been had their cases put off until mid-December.

Two males, aged 14 and 15, appeared at Youth Court in Lower Hutt today, while their co-accused, a 17-year-old male, appeared in Hutt Valley District Court.

They are jointly charged with aggravated robbery, kidnapping and threatening grievous bodily harm. No pleas have yet been entered and the cases were remanded till December 18.

The 17-year-old had name suppression continued, while the two others cannot be named as they appeared in Youth Court.

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