Pair charged with burglaries in Crawley

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Two brothers have been charged for five burglaries in the town.

Levi Bellamy and Jordan Bellamy were remanded by the court until October.

The pair were arrested in the early hours of September 4th when there was a report of a break-in at Firle Close.

Jordan Bellamy, 24 of Ditchling Hill, Crawley has been charged with burglary at Firle Close (stole wallet, cash and tobacco) on September 4th, burglary with intent to steal at Oak Way, Crawley on September 4th, going equipped for burglary at The Parade (with a tool) on September 4th, burglary and theft at St Mary’s Drive (stealing a purse with cards and £250 cash) on September 3rd, burglary and theft at Dalewood Gardens (stole Samsung Galaxy A6 and a purse) on September 4th, theft of pedal cycle at Steyning Close on September 4th and fraud by false representation (using a bank card belonging to someone else) at The Parade on September 4th.

Levi Bellamy, 18, a labourer of Daubeny Close, Bristol has been charged with burglary at Firle Close (stole wallet, cash and tobacco) on September 4th, burglary with intent to steal at Oak Way, Crawley on September 4th, theft of pedal cycle at Steyning Close on September 4th, burglary with intent to steal at Steyning Close on September 4th, burglary and theft at St Mary’s Drive (stealing a purse with cards and £250 cash) on September 3rd and going equipped for burglary at The Parade (with a tool) on September 4th.

They will next appear at Lewes Crown Court on October 3rd.

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