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Teenager admits his role in ram raid at Co-op store

PUBLISHED: 15:39 09 October 2018 | UPDATED: 10:49 11 October 2018

The aftermath of the ram raid in Kessingland.
Picture: Nick Butcher

The aftermath of the ram raid in Kessingland. Picture: Nick Butcher

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A teenager has admitted charges in connection with a ram raid at a Suffolk food store during which a cash machine was ripped out.

Police were called to the Co-op Food store in Field Lane, Kessingland, at 2.40am on 10 September.

Officers said the front window had been smashed, and the cash machine dragged out.

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The teenager, who cannot be named, will be sentenced at a later date at Cambridge Crown Court.

Also before the court via a prison video link was Jack Morgan, 21, of Common Road, Bedfordshire, who denied burglary at the Co-op in Kessingland, theft of a Land Rover Defender and attempted theft of a Land Rover Discovery.

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