admits Burnham-On-Sea charity shop theft, but escapes arrest
man who stole a £300 saxophone from the window of a Burnham-On-Sea
charity shop will not be charged, police have said this week.
first reported here
last week that the musical instrument, which was stolen from
Sue Ryder Care in Burnham High Street in January, had been recovered
after being spotted by an eagle-eyed volunteer.
police spokesman told Burnham-On-Sea.com this week: "A 41
year-old man from Weston has handed himself in at Burnham Police
"Since this was his first offence and the saxophone has been
recovered, he has been given a formal police caution and the matter
is now closed."
shop's Manageress, Helen Roberts, said she was "delighted"
to have the musical instrument back and thanked the public for
Burnham-On-Sea's Sue Ryder Care shop in the High Street