Police dog 'Razor' helps arrests

PUBLISHED: 10:59 13 May 2008 | UPDATED: 10:41 17 June 2010

POLICE arrested two men with the help of a police dog after a break-in at the Woods Farm recycling centre.

POLICE arrested two men with the help of a police dog after a break-in at the Woods Farm recycling centre.

Reports of suspicious activity at the Bowd centre were received at about 1.40am on Sunday morning. Police dog, Razor, found two men hiding by a large container and a rucksack containing various items was found during a search of the premises. Both men were arrested for being found on enclosed premises.

A 23-year-old Sidmouth man, who was already wanted on an outstanding warrant, was charged with possession of amphetamine, a class B drug and theft, and a 34 year old, from Newton Poppleford, was charged with theft and fraud.

Both men were bailed to appear in Central Devon Magistrates in Exeter on Tuesday, June 3.


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