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Liam Payne 28, of Dover, charged with burglary at Griffin Street, Deal

A man is due in crown court in the New Year accused of burglary.

Liam Payne, 28, was charged yesterday with raiding a property in Griffin Street, Deal, on December 9 when alcohol was stolen.

Canterbury Crown Court
Canterbury Crown Court

He was also charged with a separate offence of possession of cannabis.

Payne, of Russell, Street, Dover appeared via virtual link at Medway Magistrates’ Court today (Monday) where he was remanded in custody.

The case will next be heard at Canterbury Crown Court on Monday, January 27.

Kent Police, as part of their seasonal campaign against burglary, are reminding residents to take simple steps to keep their homes secure?

Remove keys, cash and expensive items from view.

Ensure UPVC doors are locked with a key as well as lifting the handle.

Use timer switches on lights and radios to make your home look occupied.

Lock away tools and garden items that could be stolen or used to break into your home.

Security mark items such as bicycles, mobiles and laptops.

Install a safe that is bolted to the ground or a wall.

Keep receipts and make a note of serial numbers for expensive items.

Register important items for free on the website immobilise.com – this can help us return them to you if they are stolen and then recovered.

For more advice, follow #KentAgainstBurglary on social media or visit Kent Police's anti-burglary web page.

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