Three Wisbech men charged with stealing boats from Norfolk quay
THREE Wisbech men will appear in court later this month after boats were stolen from a quay in Norfolk.
Officers attended Morston Quay, near Holt, on Sunday August 7 after a report than an outboard motor and an outboard engine had been taken from a boat.
Four men from the Wisbech area were arrested at the scene in connection with the incident.
Owen Hodgson, 18, of West Parade, Wisbech has been charged with theft and two counts of taking a boat without consent.
Stephen Townsend, 18, of Mill Close, Wisbech, has been charged with criminal damage and two counts of taking a boat without consent.
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Martin Massingham, 26, of West Parade, Wisbech, was charged with two counts of taking a boat without consent.
A fourth man was released without charge.
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The three men have been released on police bail to appear at King’s Lynn Magistrates Court on Tuesday, August 30.