Man charged in connection with string of Norfolk burglaries
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A man has been charged in connection with a string of burglaries in Norfolk.
The incidents took place in Norwich and Weeting between December 5 and 9, with officers arresting a man on December 9 and later charging him in connection with the offences.
Karl Fuller, of no fixed abode but from Brandon, was charged with five counts of burglary.
• On December 5, entering a property in Boundary Close, Weeting, with intent to steal.
• On December 7, entering a property in Oval Road, Norwich, and stealing £3,000 in cash, jewellery and a Hugo Boss watch.
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• On December 8, entering a property in Marlpit Lane, Norwich, with intent to steal.
• On December 8, entering a property in Leas Court, Norwich, and stealing watches and jewellery.
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• Between December entering and 9, entering a property in Lusher Rise, in Norwich, and stealing clothing and a wallet containing cash and cards.
Fuller appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court on Monday, where he was further remanded in custody to appear in court again on Monday, January 7 next year.