Man denies burgling cottage in seaside village
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A 48-year-old man has denied breaking into a cottage in a seaside Suffolk village.
Antony Doy appeared at Ipswich Crown Court on Thursday for a plea and trial preparation hearing.
Doy, of Arnhem Road, Leiston, pleaded not guilty to burgling a property in Thorpeness, near Aldeburgh, earlier this year.
He is accused of entering a cottage as a trespasser with intent to steal.
The burglary is alleged to have happened at some point between February 8 and 21.
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Prosecutor Michael Crimp and solicitor advocate Ian Persaud agreed that Doy’s trial would be expected to last two days.
Judge David Goodin requested that the trial be added to a two-week warned list in the new year.
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He told Doy: “Your trial will commence during the two-week period that begins Monday, January 25 next year.”
Doy was released on conditional bail.