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Trial date set after £2,900 worth of items are stolen from Alrewas

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: January 02, 2013

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A 38-YEAR-OLD man will stand trial after denying receiving more than £2,000 worth of stolen goods

Paul Wilkes, of Ladywell Close, Stretton, appeared at Burton Magistrates’ Court yesterday to deny a receiving stolen goods charge.

It is alleged that between November 7 and December 12, last year, he dishonestly received stolen goods, from a business estate in Alrewas - which houses, among other businesses, Capable Canines - a dog trainng business.

Among the items stolen were an MIG (metal inert gas) welder, breathing apparatus, cans of foam and silicon, a grinder, hammer, a jemmy bar (otherwise known as a small crowbar), crowbars and various dog paraphernalia.

In total the items stolen were worth £2,900 and belonged to Andrew Taylor, Jaqueline Motts, of dog training business Capable Canines, and Mark Derry.

Wilkes will return to magistrates’ court on February 19 to stand trial.

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