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Man in court on seven Nottingham city burglary allegations

A man has been charged in connection with a series of burglaries on shops, pubs and businesses throughout Nottingham city centre.

Adrian Perry, 53, of no fixed address has appeared in court after being charged on suspicion of committing seven burglaries and thefts.

Perry has been charged with attempted burglary of a dwelling, burglary and theft on a public house, two counts of burglary with intent, theft by finding and two counts of burglary and theft.

Officers were able to arrest Perry on suspicion of the burglary offences after he was identified on the street on 31 august 2021.

Perry appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court yesterday (2 September 2021), and was remanded in custody to next appear at Nottingham Crown Court on 30 September.

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Detective Sergeant Franco Guddemi, of Nottinghamshire Police said:

“Burglary can have a devastating impact on hard-working local businesses, leaving them out of pocket and without stock which is why we take all reports seriously and we investigate.

“We will take swift action against anybody believed to committing burglaries and I’d like to reassure businesses that officers will continue to proactively work with them to help protect their livelihoods.

“And we continue to support and reassure businesses in the city centre that we will do everything we can to drive down burglaries and work closely with business owners to prevent this from happening in the first place.”

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