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Ipswich/Stowmarket: Man in court after burglary and thefts at newsagent and supermarkets

10:39 18 February 2014

Sean OBrien, of Downside Close, is due to appear at South East Suffolk Magistrates Court this morning.

Sean OBrien, of Downside Close, is due to appear at South East Suffolk Magistrates Court this morning.

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A 26-year-old Ipswich man is due to appear in court today after being charged with the burglary of a newsagent and thefts from three shops.

Sean O’Brien, of Downside Close, is due to appear at South East Suffolk Magistrates’ Court this morning.

O’Brien was charged with burglary after an amount of cash was stolen from a newsagent in Stoke Park Drive, Ipswich, on February 2.

He faces three charges of thefts after toiletries were stolen from Ipswich supermarkets in London Road and at the Copdock Interchange on January 20 and February 1 respectively.

The third charge relates to the theft of toiletries at a chemist in Ipswich Street, Stowmarket, on February 1.

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