Norwich knifepoint carjacking trial adjourned due to lack of court time

The scene of a carjacking in Norwich. Picture: Archant

The scene of a carjacking in Norwich. Picture: Archant - Credit: Archant

A man due to go on trial accused of carrying out a knifepoint carjacking and a string of crimes in Norwich and South Norfolk including possessing a firearm had his case adjourned due to lack of court time.

Rashal Alam, 34, has pleaded not guilty to robbing a woman of a Mini Cooper car in Guernsey Road, Norwich, on Monday, June 10.

He has also denied possession of an article with a blade or point on the same date.

Alam, of Bull Close Road, Norwich, also pleaded not guilty to possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence, on June 10 and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life on the same date.

He denied aggravated burglary at a property in Brickle Road, Stoke Holy Cross, on June 10 and an attempted burglary at Derby Street.


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His trial will now be heard at Norwich Crown Court on Monday, December 2.

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