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King’s Lynn man admits theft from B&M

PUBLISHED: 09:07 02 October 2020 | UPDATED: 11:21 02 October 2020

A man has admitted theft of sound equipment from B&M in King's Lynn  Picture: Google

A man has admitted theft of sound equipment from B&M in King's Lynn Picture: Google

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A man was in court barely 24 hours after being arrested for stealing sound equipment from a store.

Tony Archer, 44, of Minster Court, King’s Lynn, was charged with theft after an incident at the B&M Stores off Hardwick Road in Lynn on Monday.

On Tuesday, Archer admitted the offence when he appeared before Norwich Magistrates’ Court and was given an eight week suspended prison sentence.

A 49-year-old man from King’s Lynn, who has also been charged with theft, has been bailed to appear in court on January 28.


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