Cheltenham man appears at court accused of stealing £85,000 worth of goods from a Montpellier home.
LEON Gratton is accused of stealing £85,000 of goods, including a Rolex watch and Champagne, from a Montpellier home.
He entered no plea to the burglary charge when he appeared before Cheltenham Magistrates' Court.
The prosecution alleged the 30-year-old from Carlton Street broke into Lonsdale House taking thousands of pounds worth of goods.
Along with the watch and alcohol a Sony television, a digital camera and other jewellery were said to have been stolen between August 14 and 16, this year.
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He is also charged with being in possession of subutex, a class B drug, on June 10.
Defending solicitor David Brown said his client did not want to indicate his plea at this point and made no application for bail.
Magistrate Hazel Padfield remanded Gratton in custody.
He was ordered to appear before Gloucester Crown Court on Wednesday, August 29.