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Yarmouth man denies Blockbuster break-in

PUBLISHED: 10:20 04 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:04 03 July 2010

A TEENAGER yesterday denied breaking into the Blockbuster store in Great Yarmouth and stealing £11,455 of DVDs, CDs and games consoles.

Jamie Carter, 19, is alleged to have burgled the King Road store between May 10 and 12 and also taking a car without the owner's consent between May 13 and 15 and stealing £3,000 of camcorders from Yarmouth's Comet store

Yarmouth magistrates committed Carter, of Admiralty Road, to Norwich Crown Court for trial at a later date.

A TEENAGER yesterday denied breaking into the Blockbuster store in Great Yarmouth and stealing £11,455 of DVDs, CDs and games consoles.

Jamie Carter, 19, is alleged to have burgled the King Road store between May 10 and 12 and also taking a car without the owner's consent between May 13 and 15 and stealing £3,000 of camcorders from Yarmouth's Comet store

Yarmouth magistrates committed Carter, of Admiralty Road, to Norwich Crown Court for trial at a later date.

Clayton Harman, 24, of Admiralty Road, who was also charged with the £3,000 theft of Comet camcorders and also receiving £35 of stolen DVDs from Asda, appeared before the magistrates and was remanded to reappear on June 17 for his next hearing.

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