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Man pleads guilty to attempted burglary in Newark


By Abigail Hunt


A man has pleaded guilty to attempted burglary at a Newark store.

Wayne Cook, 49, of no fixed address, was arrested on Tuesday night after members of the public reported suspicious activity outside a shop on Cartergate.

Officers including a police dog and handler arrived on the scene within four minutes and detained the male.

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Wayne Cook was charged with attempted burglary and remanded to court after no entry was gained into the property.

He pleaded guilty and is due for sentencing in October.

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