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Kendal man to stand trial after denying “theft” allegation

Carlisle Crown Court

A KENDAL man who denies the alleged theft of a wallet is to go on trial before a jury later this month.

Neil Tolley, 41, faces one charge. This alleges the theft of a wallet and contents from another man in Kendal on August 17 last year.

Tolley appeared at Carlisle Crown Court earlier today (FRI).

During a short hearing in front of Judge Peter Davies, he pleaded not guilty to the theft allegation.

A trial is now due to take place at the crown court on Wednesday of next week.

It is estimated this will last around half a day.

In the meantime, Tolley, of Highgate, Kendal, was granted bail by Judge Davies.

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