Court appearance for pipe bombers

TWO men have been charged with causing an explosion likely to endanger life and property after they allegedly made a pipe bomb and left it in the grounds of a Kessingland address.

TWO men have been charged with causing an explosion likely to endanger life and property after they allegedly made a pipe bomb and left it in the grounds of a Kessingland address.

The incident happened in Catchpole Close on February 15 last year after the devise was left on a window sill on the ground floor of the property.

Glenn Hockings, 32, of Beach Road, Kessingland, and John Wilson, 25, from Coopers Beach Holiday Park in East Mersea in Essex, have both been charged with one count of causing an explosion likely to endanger life and one count of causing an explosion likely to damage property.

Both are currently in custody at Lowestoft police station and are due to appear at Lowestoft Magistrates Court today .