Lowestoft pair deny burglary and assault charges in court

Two Lowestoft men have pleaded not guilty to a burglary which left two people with serious injuries.

The police said money and jewellery were taken during a raid at a house in the town in September.

Leslie Colvin, 31, of London Road South and Alan Harwood, 30, of High Street, appeared at Ipswich Crown Court to deny aggravated burglary and causing grievous bodily harm.

They are due to stand trial next year and have been remanded in custody.

The police said no further action would be taken against a 37-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit robbery.

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