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Two charged with string of burglaries
10:22am Friday 4th October 2013 in Romsey
TWO men have been charged with a spate of burglaries in Hampshire, including the Romsey and Stockbridge areas.
They are 22-year-old Dean Lee, of Romsey Road, in Winchester and 31-year-old Kevin Lucas, of Hollybrook Road, Southampton.
Lee is already in prison and both are due to appear at Southampton Crown Court on October 15. Police say that Lee has also been charged with being in possession of cannabis.
Both men have been charged with 11 offences, including burglaries, attempted burglaries and theft of motor vehicles. This includes an attempted burglary at Jermyns Lane, Ampfield and another burglary in the village. A further charge relating to Ampfield was the theft of a vehicle at the Straight Mile. They with also charged with attempted burglaries at Houghton and Braishfield.
Charges were also brought against them for burglaries at Totton, Chandler’s Ford and Arundel, in West Sussex.
Two further charges of theft of a motor vehicle relate to incidents at Chandler’s Ford and Totton.
The alleged offences happened between August 7 and September 7.
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