THREE men from south Sefton have been charged in connection with 36 separate “high value residential burglaries” from homes across the North West.
There were ten burglaries carried out in 2021 in Merseyside, as well as 17 others in Lancashire, seven in Cheshire and one in each of North Wales and Norfolk.
In addition, the Lancashire break-ins also included a number of “firearms related matters.”
Adam Hastings, 30, and Shaun Rimmer, 28, both from the Netherton area, and Callum Martin, 32, from the Bootle area, but all of no fixed abode, were charged with conspiracy to burgle dwelling houses between January 2021 and April 2021 and unlawful possession of shotguns in relation to a Lancashire burglary.
Hastings and Rimmer were also charged with theft of a motor vehicle in relation to one of the Cheshire burglaries. They will appear at Liverpool magistrates court on Tuesday, June 7.