Carl Anthony Lloyd, of Portsmouth, 43, charged with burglary at takeaway in Baffins
A MAN from Portsmouth has been charged with burglary at a takeaway in Baffins.
Carl Anthony Lloyd, 43, of Wilson Road, Stamshaw, was remanded at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
The alleged incident took place at a premises in Tangier Road at roughly 11.20pm three days ago.
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A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said officers were called out after residents reported that a man was trying to break into houses on the street.
He added: ‘We were called shortly before 11.30pm with reports of a man attempting to break in to houses along Tangier Road.
In one instance, entry was gained to a flat and a man was assaulted inside.
‘Officers attended and arrested a man in the back garden of a residential property on Tangier Road.
The spokesman added that the man was arrested on suspicion of burglary and common assault.
Lloyd is due to appear at Portsmouth Crown Court on September 5.