Update - MSOC Investigation - Aggravated Burglaries And Robberies
Update as at Friday, 28 March, 6.30pm
Merseyside Police can confirm that a man has been charged
following a burglary at a property on Glendyke Road, Allerton, on
Friday, 7 February 2014.
Jack Hunter, 19-years-old, of Hillsmore Way, Everton, is
charged with aggravated burglary, false imprisonment, possession of
an offensive weapon, possession of a firearm at the time of
committing a schedule one offence and handling stolen goods.
He is due to appear at Liverpool City Magistrates Court
tomorrow, Saturday, 29 March.
Detectives from the Matrix Serious and Organised Crime (MSOC)
Investigation Wing are investigating a number of aggravated
burglaries and robberies in Liverpool.
The seven offences took place at various locations
across Merseyside and at this stage of enquiries; detectives
are linking the incidents, in which all victims were members of the
Officers are investigating incidents that took place between
Friday, 7 February and Tuesday, 4 March in Allerton, Aigburth,
Childwall, Anfield, Wavertree, Rainford and West Derby.
All incidents took place between 7pm and 9pm and at each
address, three to four men, dressed in black with their faces
covered, either attempted to or managed to force their way into
properties. When they did manage to get in inside they threatened
residents, arming themselves with items they found in the houses
before stealing cash and jewellery.
Officers would urge anybody with any information to contact MSOC
Investigation Wing on 0151 777 8619 or Crimestoppers anonymously on
0800 555 111.