Great Yarmouth man facing burglary and criminal damage offences

Wednesday, January 23, 2013
10:28 AM

A GREAT Yarmouth man is due in court this morning charged with burglary and criminal damage offences following incidents at three shops in the town.

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Simon Wells, 37, of Priory Plain, was arrested in the early hours of November 5 in connection with an incident at a shop in Camden Road.

He was interviewed and bailed for further enquiries and when he answered bail earlier this month was charged with three offences; criminal damage at the shop at Camden Road, criminal damage at a garage in Northgate Street on the same morning where glass in a door was smashed with a brick, and a burglary at a shop in King Street, also on November 5, where bottles of spirits worth more than £170 were stolen.

He is now due to appear at Great Yarmouth Magistrates’ Court this morning (Wednesday).

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