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Pair in court after police find stolen car

A man and a woman have appeared before magistrates after police traced a car which was stolen in a burglary.

Officers were called to the break-in at a home in John Street, Worksop, on Monday (2 October) after a resident became aware his car had been taken while he was away.

The vehicle was found parked in Norfolk Street, Worksop, later the same day and two occupants were arrested.

Krzysztof Budzynski and Anna Mikolayczik, both aged 40 and of Norfolk Street, have been charged with burglary and theft of a car.

They have also been charged with a further burglary in Creswell Street, Worksop, after a woman returned home on 23 September 2023 to find her property had been broken into overnight and items including personal documents and electrical items had been stolen.

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The pair appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (3 October) and were remanded in custody until their next appearance at Nottingham Crown Court on 31 October.

Detective Sergeant Nathan Bingham, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Burglary is an unpleasant and invasive crime and these two break-ins must have been upsetting for the victims.

“No one deserves to discover their private property has been ransacked and belongings stolen.

“I’m pleased these two suspects have been placed before magistrates at the earliest opportunity.”

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