Two Men Charged For Driving Cars Taken Following House Burglaries

Two Men Charged For Driving Cars Taken Following House Burglaries
Two Men Charged For Driving Cars Taken Following House Burglaries

Two men have been charged with driving stolen vehicles taken after house burglaries just a day apart in East Yorkshire and Hull 

In unrelated incidents, the first man was charged after a burglary at a property on Hunsley Road, on Friday 3 January during which a set of car keys were taken. 

A Nissan car was stolen following the incident. Steven Bowen, 45, of no fixed abode was arrested and subsequently charged with burglary, car theft, and failing to provide a specimen for analysis. 

He was due at Hull Magistrates Court on Monday 6 January.

In the second incident, a Mini car was stolen following a burglary at an address on Westfield Road in Hull in the early hours of Saturday 4 January. 

A man was spotted later in the day driving the Mini in the city. Luke McKenzie-Smith, 23, of Bankside in Hull was arrested and following enquiries, he was charged with driving a car taken without the owner’s consent, failing to stop, driving without the correct licence and insurance, and making off with payment from a petrol station. 

He will appear at Hull Magistrates Court later this month. 

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