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Man due in court over burglaries; NEWS WIRE.

A MAN is due to appear in court in connection with a spate of city centre break-ins.

James Riley, 38, of Boundary Street, Vauxhall, was arrested on Thursday and has now been charged with four offences of burglary between January and March this year.

He has been remanded in custody to appear at South Sefton magistrates' court today.

His arrest followed a police appeal for information about two men in connection with a number of break-ins at businesses around the city centre. Police say they still want to speak to Marshall Tung, aged 30.

Detective Inspector Steve McGrath said: "We urge members of the public to come forward with any information."

Business owners have previously complained about an "epidemic" of burglaries in the city following break-ins around the Dale Street and Bold Street areas.

| Anybody with information should call police on 0151 777 4067.

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Apr 22, 2017
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