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Two men sent for trial following Welwyn Hatfield burglaries

21 Dec 2020
  • Neil Parker, age 34, of Talbot Road in Hatfield, has been charged in connection with a burglary in Hatfield

  • Michael Forbes, age 34, of Boundary Lane, Welwyn Garden City, has been charged in connection with two burglaries in Welwyn Garden City

  • Both have been remanded in custody and will appear for trial at St Albans Crown Court on Monday 18 January

Two men have been sent for trial following burglaries in Welwyn Hatfield.

Neil Parker, age 34, of Talbot Road in Hatfield, has been charged in connection with a burglary that happened in Cornerfield, Hatfield, on Tuesday 3 November.

He was remanded into custody and appeared at Hatfield Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (16 December). He will next appear on trial at St Albans Crown Court on Monday 18 January.

Michael Forbes, age 34, of Boundary Lane, Welwyn Garden City, has been charged in connection with the following offences:

  • A burglary in Boundary Lane on Tuesday 15 December where a motorbike was stolen from a shed
  • Another burglary in Boundary Lane on Tuesday 15 December where items including three laptops and a PlayStation were stolen from a garden office

Forbes was also charged in connection with the theft of an Amazon parcel. He was remanded in custody and appeared at Hatfield Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (17 December). Forbes will also appear for trial at St Albans Crown Court on Monday 18 January.

Both men have been remanded into custody.

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