TWO men from Nottingham have been charged by police with conspiracy to burgle.
The charges relate to a number of offences in the county, including Tesco petrol station in Linwood Road, Market Rasen.
Ricki Winfield, 23, of Amesbury Circus, Nottingham has been committed for trial at Lincoln Crown Court on Friday September 7.
He did not enter a plea at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on Friday August 10 and was released on conditional bail until his appearance.
Conditions include a curfew by way of electronic tag and he is not allowed to enter the county of Lincolnshire other than for his court appearance.
Darren Stephen Winfield, 28, also of Amesbury Circus, Nottingham, will appear by video link at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, August 16.
Other locations relating to the charge include Co-op in Sleaford, Co-op in Skegness and further offences in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
The Market Rasen Mail reported previously that thieves attempted to break into the ATM cashpoint outside the petrol station in February.
The thieves were believed to have been disturbed and fled without taking any cash.
The petrol station in Market Rasen has been targeted by thieves three times since February this year.