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Man accused of Workington burglary to stand trial

[A] MAN who denies breaking into a Workington home will go on trial later this year.

Nicholas David Musgrave, 28, appeared at Carlisle Crown Court to face one allegation of burglary.

Musgrave pleaded not guilty to the charge. This, the court heard, alleges that he entered an address at Trinity Court as a trespasser, on January 26 this year, and stole items including a Sony PlayStation.

A case timetable was agreed during a brief hearing in front of Judge Tony Lancaster.

Musgrave, of Thwaite Bank, Northside, Workington, was told his trial – expected to last around two days – would take place at the crown court in the week of August 21.

In the meantime Musgrave was remanded on unconditional bail by the judge.

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