Man charged after Norwich burglary and car theft

10:03 14 January 2014

A 36-year-old man from Foulsham, near Reepham, has been charged with a series of offences including burglary, theft and taking a vehicle without consent.


Daniel Grix of High Street was arrested on suspicion of burglary after police recovered a stolen car in Norwich.

He appeared at Norwich Magistrates on Saturday when he was charged with the offences and remanded in custody.

Grix is accused of burgling a home in Bull Close, Norwich, on Thursday, January 9, stealing a Suzuki Belino, LG flat screen TV and £5 in cash.

He was also charged with taking a vehicle without consent in relation to the Suzuki as well as driving without insurance and driving without a licence.

Grix also faces one count of theft in relation to a bottle of red wine stolen from Tesco in Watton on October 30 last year.

He will appear in court again on Monday, January 27.

Two other people, a 42-year-old man and 31-year-old woman, were arrested when police recovered the Suzuki in Howard Terrace, Norwich.

Both were questioned at Wymondham Police Investigation Centre and released on bail until February.



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