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Trio deny armed burglary of vulnerable man’s home

PUBLISHED: 19:00 13 July 2020 | UPDATED: 12:56 23 July 2020

The three men are accused of aggravated burglary in Neath Drive, Ipswich, on July 13  Picture: GOOGLE

The three men are accused of aggravated burglary in Neath Drive, Ipswich, on July 13 Picture: GOOGLE

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Three Ipswich men are to face trial after denying aggravated burglary at a vulnerable man’s home.

The trio, who appeared at Ipswich Crown Court via prison video link on Monday, are accused of aggravated burglary while in possession of a knife at an address in Neath Drive last month.

Daniel Tovey, 35, of Marigold Avenue, Glynn Davis, 36, of Springhurst Close, Ipswich and William Hutchinson, 47, of Norwich Road, all deny the offence – alleged to have taken place during the early hours of Saturday, June 13.

Judge Emma Peters set a date for a five-day trial to begin on December 14.

All three defendants were remanded in custody.


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