Man arrested following Lincoln Land Rover theft

Update 2.50pm, 4th January 

A man arrested in connection with a Land Rover theft has been charged with a series of offences following an investigation by officers.

Josh Cutter, 27, of Birchwood Avenue, Lincoln, has been charged with one count of burglary and theft, one count of driving while disqualified, one count of theft of a motor vehicle, one count of vehicle interference, and one count of attempted burglary.

All of the offences took place on 3rd January in the Lincoln area.

He was arrested within a matter of hours following reports of the Land Rover theft through excellent work by our city centre policing team. The team proactively patrolled the streets around where the vehicle had been stolen, and located the suspect in the area. Investigations by officers and questioning while in custody then led to the charges for the further offences.

He is due to appear in Lincoln Magistrates Court today.

 

Original release:

A 27-year-old year old man has been arrested in connection with a Land Rover theft.

Just after 8am today a black Land Rover Discovery was reported stolen from an address in Calder Road, Lincoln.

An enquiry was launched and investigating officers started a number of immediate enquiries. The vehicle was located around 11am in Lincoln.

The arrested man is currently in police custody for questioning.

The investigation is continuing and officers would like to hear from any witnesses or anyone who has not already spoken to police and who may have information that is relevant to the enquiry.

Please contact us via one of the following ways if you can help:

  • By calling 101 quoting incident 60 of 03/01/2022.
  • By emailing force.control@lincs.police.uk – don’t forget to quote incident 60 of 03/01/2022 in the subject line.
  • Through the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.
  • If you’ve been the victim of crime, support is available, whether you have reported the crime to the police or not. Victim Lincs provide free, confidential advice and guidance, as well as access to specialist emotional support services. Visit victimlincs.co.uk or call 01522 947510 Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm.

 

Reference: Incident 60 of 03/01/2022

05 Jan 22 2:51 PM

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