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Suspect in court after delivery driver robbed in Nottingham

Detectives investigating the robbery of a delivery driver have placed a suspect before the courts.

The victim was delivering parcels in The Friary, Nottingham city, at around 1pm on 29 November when he was pushed to the floor and his car stolen.

Police on patrol quickly located the stolen vehicle in Greencroft, Clifton, along with the parcels which were found dumped nearby.

A 36-year-old man from Nottingham, has been charged with robbery and theft from a motor vehicle and appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on 1 December.

He has also been charged with a further count of theft from a motor vehicle and three counts of fraud by false representation.

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This follows the theft of a wallet from an unlocked car parked in Redfield Way, Nottingham, on 26 November, and the fraudulent use of a bank card at nearby shops a short time later.

Morgan was remanded in custody until his next appearance on 5 January 2024 at Nottingham Crown Court.

Detective Sergeant James Hirst, of Nottinghamshire Police, said:

“I hope people living and working in this part of the city are reassured by the swift and robust police response to the robbery.

“Officers recovered the vehicle and stolen items and have placed a suspect before the courts at the earliest opportunity.”

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