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12 October 2013, 07:25 | Updated: 12 October 2013, 07:57
A man has been charged after a ram-raid at a petrol station in Framlingham.
Police were called just before 12.30am on Friday to reports of an alarm sounding at a petrol station in Station Road and a car driving off at high speed.
When they arrived they found a black Mercedes had been reversed into a side wall of the station shop, causing a large hole. Cigarettes and tobacco had been stolen from the shop.
The 29-year-old man, Levi Hilden from Severn Road, Ipswich was arrested and last night charged with three counts of burglary, theft of a car, handling stolen goods, driving without a licence and possession of a Class B drug.
Hilden will appear at Ipswich Magistrates’ Court on Saturday 12 October.