A man has been charged with numerous offences which have taken place across the Hinckley and Bosworth neighbourhood areas.
Connor Hebden, 19, of no fixed address, has been charged with:
• two counts of theft from motor vehicles
• two counts of vehicle interference
• two counts of fraud by false representation, and
One of the theft from motor vehicle offences took place between 4 and 7 July in Stoke Golding, with the other taking place on 7 July in Bonneville Road, Hinckley.
The vehicle interference offences are alleged to have taken place on 7 July in Bonneville Road, Hinckley and Daytona Avenue, Hinckley.
The fraud offences happened on 6 July when he is alleged to have used debit cards which did not belong to him.
And, the burglary occurred between 5 and 8 July in Sword Drive, Hinckley, when a laptop was stolen.
He appeared at Leicester Magistrates‘ Court yesterday and the case was sent to crown court.
Source:: Leicestershire Police News