Update: Teenager accused of making threats with knife in Great Yarmouth robbery

A funeral director was given a suspended sentence at Norwich magistrates' court

A funeral director was given a suspended sentence at Norwich magistrates' court

A teenager accused of threatening someone with a knife during a robbery in Great Yarmouth has been remanded behind bars.

Luke Fairman, 19, was arrested in the early hours of yesterday after a robbery at a Southtown Road around 9pm on Monday.

The culprit allegedly threatened the occupant with a knife before stealing a TV.

After being interviewed by detectives at Yarmouth's Police Investigation Centre, Fairman, who lives in Southtown Road, was charged with robbery, criminal damage and possession of a blade or sharp pointed article in a public place.

He did not enter pleas at Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court this morning, but was remanded into custody until May 1 when he will appear at Norwich Crown Court.


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