Teenagers, from Thetford area, charged in connection with possession of offensive weapon after they’re found with a knife

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Two 16-year-olds from the Thetford area have been charged in connection with six offences including possession of an offensive weapon, after they were found with a kitchen knife.

On Sunday, April 2 and Monday, April 3 it is alleged the pair damaged five tyres on three different vehicles, stole a bicycle and stole a DVD player.

They were found in public place with an offensive weapon - a silver handled kitchen knife - on Friday, May 5.

The teenagers were taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre for questioning and charged in relation to three criminal damages, two thefts and one count of being in possession of an offensive weapon.

Both teens will be appearing at Norwich Youth Court for their first hearing on Tuesday, May 16.


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