Two men due in court following rural burglary in Sarisbury
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Two men are due in court in connection with a rural burglary.
Police were called to a farm in Sarisbury at around 6.30pm on Tuesday 24 November with reports of a break-in to a barn.
A small red tractor had been taken, along with other items including jewellery.
Officers attended and arrested two people. During enquiries, a motorbike was recovered which had been reported stolen from the Burley area of the New Forest on 9 November 2020, and a car transporter trailer which was reported stolen from Warnford Road in Corhampton on 3 June 2020.
Following an investigation the following two people have been summonsed to court:
Ian James King, aged 40, of Lydgate Road in Southampton, who will face one count of burglary and one count of receiving stolen goods.
Michael Edward Levy, aged 33 years, of Wildern Lane in Hedge End, who will face one count of burglary and two counts of receiving stolen goods.
They will both appear at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court on 10 August.