Man charged in connection with series of theft and burglary offences across Bordon and Liphook
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Officers investigating a series of theft and burglary offences across Bordon and Liphook have now charged a man.
Gary Steven Crawley, 34, of Birdlip Road in Portsmouth, has been charged with seven counts of theft from motor vehicle, one count of burglary (non-dwelling), one count of burglary (dwelling), three counts of attempted burglary (dwelling), four counts of vehicle interference, one count of taking a vehicle without consent, one count of driving without insurance and two counts of fraud by false representation.
The charges are in connection with the following incidents, all of which took place in the early hours of Tuesday 31 January:
A vehicle was broken into outside of a property on Victoria Way and a set of keys were taken.
A garage was broken into at an address on Canada Way. Nothing was taken. A second property on Canada Way was also targeted shortly after 1am on Tuesday 31 January. A key was taken from a car and two bicycles were taken from a garage at the address.
A set of keys was taken from inside a vehicle on Terracotta Way. An unsuccessful attempt was made to gain access to the address.
A vehicle was broken into on Brickwork Avenue and a high-value coat and phone charger were taken.
Entry was gained to vehicles on Goldfinch Avenue, Heron Way and Lark Rise. Nothing was taken.
Two vehicles were broken into on Heron Way. An item of clothing was taken from one of the vehicles and a mobile phone, tools and cash was taken from the second vehicle.
An unsuccessful attempt was made to gain entry to a property on Lark Rise.
A wallet and car keys were taken from a property on Tunbridge Crescent. The keys were used to steal a vehicle from outside of the property. A bank card from the wallet was later used.
A purse was stolen from a vehicle on Fletcher’s Field, a bank card from the purse was later used.
Crawley is due to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court today (Monday 6 March).