Portsmouth man charged after three Southsea burglaries

A man has been charged following a spate of burglaries in Southsea.

Wednesday, 7th October 2020, 3:29 pm

James Peter Bartlett, 43, of Berkshire Close, Landport, has been charged with three offences of burglary and three offences of fraud by false representation.

It follows a police investigation into three burglaries on properties on Fawcett Road, Orchard Road, and St Andrew’s Road in Southsea.

In Fawcett Road a person tried to get in through the back door via a dog flap, while on Orchard Road a wallet and bank cards that were later used were stolen from the property. Cash, electronics and jewellery were also stolen from a flat on St Andrews Road.

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A man has been charged following a spate of burglaries in Southsea.

All of the cases took place on Saturday August 15.

Bartlett appeared at Portsmouth Magistrates Court on Tuesday, October 6 where he was bailed to appear at Portsmouth Crown Court on Monday November 9.

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