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Fakenham man Ricky Beckford, 31, arrested after allegedly throwing and smashing bottles in shop, forcing it to close two hours early





A man has been charged following an incident which led to a shop closing two hours early.

The store on Oak Street, in Fakenham, was forced to shut hours before its usual time after police were called to reports of a man “throwing and smashing bottles and threatening people”.

Officers rushed to the scene, believed to be Tesco, shortly after 8pm on Saturday, where Ricky Beckford, 31, of Bridge Street, Fakenham was arrested.

Ricky Beckford, 31, was charged with affray, criminal damage, and possession of an offence weapon in a public place. Picture: Google Maps
Ricky Beckford, 31, was charged with affray, criminal damage, and possession of an offence weapon in a public place. Picture: Google Maps

Beckford was taken to Lynn Police Investigation Centre for questioning and was charged with affray, criminal damage, and possession of an offence weapon in a public place.

He was remanded into custody and was set to appear at Norwich Magistrates’ Court today.



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