Remanded in custody: Lithuanian men charged with burgling two Wisbech homes

14:10 29 November 2012

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King's Lynn Magistrates' Court.

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TWO men have been remanded in custody after they were charged with burgling homes in Wisbech.

Lithuanians Robertas Ivanovas, 29, and Evaldas Baciulis, 21, both of no fixed abode, appeared at King’s Lynn Magistrates’ Court yesterday.

They were charged with two burglaries of homes in Mount Pleasant Road and Ollard Avenue. It is alleged that they stole a computer, computer games and jewellery.

The pair were remanded and will appear again before magistrates in Peterborough on Tuesday (December 4).

2 comments

  • As with all the other EU member states, this country has an agreement for returning convicted convicts to their homelands for serving current sentences. I suspect the Lithuanian government are a tad coy. in asking back for their many countrymen filling up our jails.

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    nrg

    Wednesday, December 5, 2012

  • Stop messing about - mark their passports, deport them and never let them darken our shores again!

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    Mr Grumpy

    Thursday, November 29, 2012

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