Bury St Edmunds man charged of handling £1500 worth of stolen goods

Police have charged a man arrested in connection with the recovery of stolen goods in Bury St Edmunds.

Officers initially arrested a man on Wednesday 24 June following a warrant at a property on Cornfield Road in the town where items of a high value were recovered. They included two television receivers, a tool kit valued at over £500, a camera valued at nearly £600 and a drill valued at nearly £400. He was subsequently released under investigation.

Following further enquires, the suspect was re-arrested on 3 July on suspicion of handling stolen goods and theft of a vehicle and taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre for questioning. 34 year old Andy Young of Cornfield Drive in Bury St Edmunds was charged on Friday 3 July with handling stolen goods to the value of  around £1500 as well as using abusive and threatening words to cause alarm, threat or harassment on 3 July 2020.

He was released on bail to appear before Ipswich Magistrates Court on Wednesday 15 September at 3.10pm