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Haverhill man denies burglaries and taking a vehicle

Ipswich Crown Court ANL-140617-141524001
Ipswich Crown Court ANL-140617-141524001

A man from Haverhill has pleaded not guilty to two burglaries.

Omar Parfett, 25, of Kirtling Place, also denied three offences of taking a vehicle without the consent of the owner.

Today at Ipswich Crown Court, Parfett was told by Judge Rupert Overbury that he would continue to be remanded in custody until his trial at the end of October.

Parfett appeared in court via a video link from prison where he has been held since his arrest.

The burglaries are alleged to have taken place at addresses in Freshfields and Mill Hill, Newmarket April 8 and June 4.

The vehicle taking charges relate to incidents in Newton Place and Recreation Road, Haverhill and Freshfields, Newmarket between the same dates.

Judge Overbury told Parfett that his trial was expected to last for four days.

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