A 35-year-old man has been charged in connection with 20 offences, including 18 burglary incidents at businesses in east Suffolk, 11 of which occurred in Southwold.
Marc Nicholls, previously of Hawke Road in Ipswich, has been charged with conspiracy to burgle. This relates to 13 burglaries and six attempted burglaries at business premises, along with one dwelling burglary and one count of theft.
The offences, which occurred between 20 December 2017 and 3 February 2018, are as follows:
High Street, Southwold
– Attempted burglary at Serin Aveda hair salon; and burglary at an adjacent premises between 21 and 22 December
– Burglary at Tilly & Grace Boutique between 27 and 28 December
– Burglary at the Black Olive Delicatessen on 6 January 2018
– Two burglaries at St Elizabeth Hospice Charity and Observatory Opticians; and two attempted burglaries at Two Magpies Bakery and Sue Ryder charity shop; all occurring between 7 and 8 January
– Burglary at Marks Fish Shop; and attempted burglary Serin Aveda Hair salon between 12 and 15 January
– Burglary at The Salon between 29 and 30 January
– Three burglaries at the British Red Cross; Happiness Store; and The Sandwich Shop; all occurring between 12 and 13 January
– Attempted burglary at Toby’s Pet Shop, Bridge Street, Framlingham, on 24 January
– Burglaries at Beauty at the Blue Door, High Street, Aldeburgh; and Blonde & Chestnut, Sizewell Road, Leiston, between 29 and 30 January
– Burglaries at the Co-op in Debenham; and a dwelling in The Street, Earl Soham; and theft at a property in Woodlands Road, Holbrook; all occurring between 1 and 2 February
Nicholls has been remanded in custody and will appear before Preston Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 7 June.
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