Man charged over theft of Bill Bailey tour van in Liverpool

Bill Bailey
Image caption Bill Bailey tweeted his thanks to the "good people of Liverpool" when the van was found

A man has been charged with the theft of Bill Bailey's tour van, which was taken while he was performing a show.

The Mercedes Sprinter was taken from outside Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on 26 October.

It was found three days later in Tuebrook, which led the comic to tweet his thanks to the police and the "good people of Liverpool" for their help.

A 35-year-old from Liverpool has been charged with burglary, theft of a motor vehicle and driving while disqualified.

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Mr Bailey's manager said when the van was found, it had suffered "minor" crash damage.

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