Chigwell burglary: Man to be charged in connection with stealing items worth thousands

PUBLISHED: 11:42 12 September 2018

Basildon Magistrates Court. Picture: Google Maps.

Basildon Magistrates Court. Picture: Google Maps.


A man is due to appear in court next month where he will be charged in connection with a burglary in Chigwell in which items worth a five-figure sum were stolen.

Edward Williams, 34, of no fixed abode, has been summoned to appear at Basildon Magistrates’ Court on October 11 where he will be charged with burglary and theft.

He will is also set to be charged with attempted burglary with intent to steal in relations to a attempted break-in at an address in Hutton.

Items worth a five-figure sum were taken from an address in Manor Road, Chigwell, on October 7 last year.

Days later, on October 13, a person then tried to break into an address in Magdalen Gardens, Hutton, at around 11am.

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