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Man to face burglary and assault charges after incidents in Sudbury




A man is due to face charges of burglary, theft and assault at Ipswich Crown Court next month after a phone and bank card were stolen from a property in a Suffolk town.

Daniel Leat, 36, of Maldon Court in Sudbury , was charged in connection with the offences which took place in the last couple of months.

It comes after police arrested a man in connection with a burglary at a property on Cornard Road in the town on September 2 where a mobile phone had been stolen.

A man is due to face charges of burglary, theft and assault at Ipswich Crown Court, pictured above, next month after a phone and bank card were stolen from a property in Sudbury. Picture by Mark Westley
A man is due to face charges of burglary, theft and assault at Ipswich Crown Court, pictured above, next month after a phone and bank card were stolen from a property in Sudbury. Picture by Mark Westley

In another incident at the same property on August 7, a bank card and a bottle of gin were stolen.

And a man in his 40s was left with bruising to his eye after he was assaulted on August 1 at the same address.

Officers arrested a man in the evening on Friday, September 4 on suspicion of burglary, theft and assault, and he was taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre for questioning.

Leat was then charged with burglary, theft and assault and he was remanded to appear before Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday.

Following this, he was further remanded and will appear at Ipswich Crown Court on Monday, October 5.

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