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Teen accused of Carlisle youth group base burglary to stand trial

Carlisle Crown Court

A TEENAGER accused of involvement in a burglary at a youth group’s Carlisle base is due to stand trial later this year.

Eighteen-year-old Jamie Ramdin faced one charge when he appeared at the city’s crown court this morning (FRI).

Ramdin pleaded not guilty to one burglary charge.

This alleges that he entered a building – The Rock youth project – in Carlisle, as a trespasser, on June 26 last year, and “stole therein electrical goods, games, sweets and cash”.

During a short court hearing in front of Recorder Tim Hannam QC, a timetable for the progress of the case was outlined by the respective prosecution and defence lawyers.

Ramdin, of Greystone Road, Carlisle, was told he is due to go on trial at the crown court in the week of June 17. It is estimated this trial will last at least two days.

In the meantime, the teenager was granted unconditional bail by Recorder Hannam.

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