Two Charged with Lowestoft Aggravated Burglary

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Police have arrested and charged two people in connection with an aggravated burglary in Lowestoft.

The incident happened  on Monday 24th February just after 3am on St Margaret’s Road in the town.

Two men attended an address on Tethys Place, off St Margaret’s Road – and  threatened the resident, a man in his 20s, was threatened with a knife and assaulted with a crowbar. He sustained bruising to his right ankle and a small cut to the side of his body.The offenders then left the scene with an i-phone being taken.  

Two men were arrested later the same morning, they were 23 year old Alex Gibb of Clapham Road North in Lowestoft and David Hawthorne aged 41 of Tethys Place in Lowestoft  were both charged with aggravated burglary. Gibb was also charged with robbery.

​They have now appeared before Norwich magistrates court and remanded in custody to appear before Norwich Crown court on Wednesday 25 March.

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