Three charged for Suffolk burglaries and two bailed for Pulham Market post office raid

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Police have charged three men with conspiracy to commit burglaries.

Suffolk Police arrested the men on Thursday in connection with burglaries including the raid of a post office in Glemsford on November 3 and a burglary at a shop in Peasenhall on June 23.

Alan Loveridge, 47, of Moorsfield, Great Cornard, Michael Smith, 29, of Mill Lane, Ellingham, and Steven Allum, 27, of Henry Street in Debenham have been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary.

Two people arrested in connection with a raid of a post office have also been released on bail.

The 52-year-old man and 31-year-old woman were arrested by officers after the raid in Pulham Market on Thursday morning.


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The pair, who were arrested at an address near Beccles, have been bailed for further enquiries.

Both must return to Martlesham Police Investigation Centre on December 12.

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