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Royal Anglian in court

PUBLISHED: 09:33 04 August 2008 | UPDATED: 11:31 03 July 2010

TWO 19-year-olds appeared in court at Great Yarmouth on Friday charged with a string of burglaries around Gorleston.

Martin Good, of Christchurch Road in Gorleston, has been charged with burgling two houses, and Robert Kitchen, of St Fursey's Way in Burgh Castle, has been charged with four burglaries.

TWO 19-year-olds appeared in court at Great Yarmouth on Friday charged with a string of burglaries around Gorleston.

Martin Good, of Christchurch Road in Gorleston, has been charged with burgling two houses, and Robert Kitchen, of St Fursey's Way in Burgh Castle, has been charged with four burglaries. Kitchen was remanded in custody and Good - a private with the Royal Anglians - was granted conditional bail. They will appear at Norwich Crown Court on August 15.


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