A police investigation into a series of crimes including burglary, theft and fraud has led to a man being put before the courts today.
The offences all happened in the West Bridgford area over a four-week period between 12 November and 6 December.
A 46-year-old man of no fixed address, has been charged with a house burglary in Church Road, Burton Joyce, on 6 December as well as three burglaries at the Waterside Apartments, Pavilion Road, West Bridgford, on 12, 17 and 18 November.
He has also been charged with an attempted break-in to a garage at an address in Holme Road, Lady Bay, on 19 November, and theft of a pedal cycle from an address in Radcliffe Road, Gamston, on 19 November.
He has also been charged with handling stolen goods and fraud in relation to bank cards taken from Musters Road, West Bridgford, on 30 November and Bisham Drive, West Bridgford, on 23 November.
He was remanded in custody to appear before Nottingham Magistrates’ Court today (Saturday 11 December).
Detective Constable Richard Kinsey, of Nottinghamshire Police’s burglary team, said: “Burglary is an extremely upsetting crime for the victims whose homes are targeted.
“The force treats burglary seriously and our two burglary teams covering the city and county are dedicated to investigating this type of crime and using expertise in this area to put suspects before the courts at the earliest opportunity.
“This series of offences had a big impact on a number of people and thankfully we have now charged a man in connection with them.”