Overcast

Overcast

max temp: 14°C

min temp: 10°C

Search

Felixstowe: Two teenagers charged with going equipped for theft

16:22 26 March 2014

Teenagers charged with going equipped for theft

Teenagers charged with going equipped for theft

Archant

Two teenage boys are due to appear at Ipswich Youth Court tomorrow morning charged with going equipped for theft following an incident in Felixstowe on the evening of Sunday, January 5.

shares

Police were initially contacted around 11pm by a member of the public who reported youths shining a torch into vehicles and trying car door handles.

Officers attended and arrests were made a short time later.

A 14-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy have now been charged with going equipped for theft.

The 14-year-old, from Felixstowe, has also been charged with stealing a sling shot from a VW Polo parked in Coronation Drive on the same evening, while the 15-year-old, from Lowestoft, has been charged with two separate counts of theft relating to computer games being stolen from individuals.

Both are now due to appear at Ipswich Youth Court from 9.20am tomorrow, March 27.

shares

0 comments

The female driver of the car was not injured but shaken.

A lorry reportedly failed to stop after colliding with a car on the A14 near the Wherstead turnoff.

From left to right: Moira Ely, Leah Fuller and Colin Ely presenting the cheque for £2,000 to St Elizabeth Hospice after Colin's bungee jump in July

An Ipswich landlady has vowed to follow in the footsteps of her extraordinary dad – and tackle a charity bungee jump for St Elizabeth Hospice.

Spooky costumes on the beach at Felixstowe to launch the Halloween walk for EACH

A charity walk will light up Felixstowe’s promenade with its Halloween theme when it takes place next month.

Police are appealing for witnesses after the burglary of the social club of a business premises in Ipswich.

Allison Heathcote and son James Heathcote at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, where she was treated after being shot five times in the Tunisia terror attacks.

A Felixstowe woman who was fighting for her life after the Tunisia beach attack in which her husband was killed has said she can only “vaguely recall” the massacre.

Andrew Renton takes his first public walk at a neuro conference with the help of Headway Physiotherapist Karen Hardy, left, and Acquired Brain Injury Support Worker Chloe Witton, right.

For most of us walking is a luxury too easily taken for granted.

Cars for sale at the roadside

Trading Standards experts have revealed the top 10 most frequent consumer complaints.

Mars

A physicist who worked on a high-resolution camera that sent images back from Mars has turned his hand to writing.

Fire crews were called to Fraser House in Museum Street, Ipswich after a suspected gas leak was reported

A road in Ipswich has been reopened after a suspected gas leak forced the evacuation of a three storey building this morning.

Should Britain do more?

The public reaction to Europe’s migration crisis has been deeply polarised, but should Britain do more to offer homes to Syrian refugees affected by civil war?

Most read

Most commented

Topic pages