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Duo appear in court accused of crime spree in Bury St Edmunds

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Two young men are accused of causing thousands of pounds of damage during a crime spree in Bury St Edmunds.

Ty Chaplin, of Hanmer Walk, Bury, and Jonathan Glenister, of Ruffles Road, Haverhill, had their case adjourned for almost five weeks on Friday (January 30) when they appeared at Bury Magistrates’ Court.

They have been charged with a string of criminal damage and theft offences, many of which took place between March 3 and 4 last year.

The pair, who are both aged 20, allegedly damaged windscreens and windows of a large number of vehicles and stole vehicle badges and a car aerial.

They also, allegedly, damaged windows of residential properties in the town and the Old Canon Brewery and Dog and Partridge pub.

Chaplin has been charged with 18 offences while Glenister has been charged with 20.

They were both released on unconditional bail until their next court hearing on March 4.


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