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Man and woman charged with series of burglaries

PUBLISHED: 17:24 12 August 2019 | UPDATED: 19:28 12 August 2019

A man caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to an immaculate Mercedes and a van following an angry dispute over unpaid wages, a court heard. Photo: Archant

A man caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to an immaculate Mercedes and a van following an angry dispute over unpaid wages, a court heard. Photo: Archant

A man and a woman are in custody after being charged over a spate of burglaries across the county.

Christopher O'Neill, 29, from Kensington Road, Middlesbrough, has been charged with ten counts of burglary.

The charges relate to incidents which happened on:

-Wednesday, July 31 at Colney Lane, Cringleford

-Between Monday, August 5, and Thursday, August 8, at Mill Road, Blofield

-Wednesday, August 7 at Buxton Road, Spixworth

-Wednesday, August 7 at Mansel Drive, Norwich

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-Wednesday, August 7 and Thursday 8 August at Lodge Lane, Norwich

-Thursday, August 8 at Coltishall Lane, Norwich

-Thursday, August 8 at Freethorpe, Norwich

-Thursday, August 8 at Bay Field, East Tuddenham

-Thursday, August 8 at Dereham Road, Honingham

Sheree Townshend, 30, from Brambling Lane, Cringleford has been charged with one count of burglary in Tuckers Road, Loughborough and on one count on of receiving stolen goods in Boston, Lincolnshire.

O'Neill and Townshend appeared in Norwich Magistrates Court this morning and were remanded in custody.

On Monday September, 9 they are due to appear at Norwich Crown Court.


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