Teenage boys charged with Hull burglary

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Teenage boys charged with Hull burglary

Two teenage boys have been charged in connection with a burglary on Staines Close in Hull last week.

The first boy, a 13-year-old who cannot be named for legal reasons, was charged with burglary, theft of a motor vehicle, driving without insurance and driving without a license.

He appeared at Hull Magistrates Court yesterday morning, Monday 20 April.

The second boy, a 13-year-old who also cannot be named for legal reasons, was charged with burglary and knowing that a motor vehicle had been taken without consent of the owner.

He has been bailed with conditions to appear at Hull Youth Court next month.

Officers for Humberside Police were called on Friday, 17 April, with reports that someone had broken into a property on Staines Close early that morning before stealing a car from outside.

The car was reportedly driven, before being left damaged and abandoned in the road nearby.

Officers have advised that people should remain vigilant and not let their guard down due to the coronavirus lockdown. As the warm weather improves, thefts tend to increase.

Police have issued advice on protecting your home and belongings, and said that they are working hard to prevent burglary and bring offenders to justice.

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