Man from Upwell charged with burglary

10:18 25 June 2014

Norfolk Police

Norfolk Police

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A 45 year-old man from Upwell has been charged with burglary.

Julian Quadling, of Small Lode, Upwell was arrested on Monday evening following a report of suspicious activity in the Upwell area.

He was later charged at King’s Lynn Police Investigation Centre.

The charge relates to a burglary on the same evening at a garage in Low Road, Upwell where a bicycle and garden tools were taken.

Quadling was released on conditional bail and will appear before King’s Lynn Magistrates Court on Wednesday, July 9.

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