Two men are due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on Monday charged in connection with reports of a series of bike thefts from Queen’s Medical Centre.
David Peter Moran, 35, of Courtleet Way, Nottingham and Craig Lancaster, 29, of Camrose Close, Nottingham were arrested in connection with the incidents on Friday 27 March.
Moran and Lancaster are charged with five counts of burglary, theft, and assault on an emergency worker.
Lancaster is also charged with a further count of theft and obstructing an officer in the execution of their duty.
The charges relate to multiple reports of bikes being stolen from secure parking at Queen’s Medical Centre on Thursday night (26 March), a report of bike theft from outside a KFC in Bulwell on 23 March and two reports of burglary from the University Park Campus on 25 March.
Both men have been remanded in custody.
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