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Man charged after attempted burglary and theft in the same Nottingham street

A man has appeared in court following a burglary and theft which both happened on the same evening.

Officers were called to reports that a suspect had attempted to open a car door in Breck Hill Road, Woodthorpe, and that items, including a bag and a tyre pressure kit, had been found taken from another car shortly after.

Following this, officers were also made aware of two attempted burglaries on the same street.

Police have been investigating the incidents, which happened from around 6.40pm on Friday 18 February 2022.

A 29-year-old man from Aspley, has since been charged with two counts of attempted burglary with intent to steal, theft from a motor vehicle and vehicle interference.

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Appearing at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on Saturday 5 March 2022, he was remanded in custody to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on 4 April.

Detective Sergeant Andy Hall, of Nottinghamshire Police’s dedicated burglary team, said: “Officers have been working hard on their enquiries since these incidents. We know how deeply victims can be affected by having their homes and vehicles intruded, and items stolen, and we are committed to getting a result for them.

“Tackling burglaries and thefts is a priority for officers and as such work continues not only to investigate reported incidents, but also with our dedicated burglary teams to work proactively on preventing these incidents from happening.

“We have since charged a man in connection with these incidents, which is a positive step in our investigation, and we continue our work as this goes through the courts.”

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