Man denies burglary and fraud, Plymouth Crown Court told
A MAN has denied burgling a home and using a stolen bank card at a cash machine.
Roger Ball, aged 47, pleaded not guilty to two offences when he appeared at Plymouth Crown Court.
He allegedly burgled a home in St Margaret's Road, Plympton, on July 9 last year.
Ball is said to have taken laptop computers, a handbag, cash and bank cards worth £1,930.
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Ball, of Calder Close, Efford, is then accused of fraudulently using one of the bank cards hours later at a cash point at Marsh Mills.
Judge Graham Cottle adjourned the case for legal argument ahead of any trial. Ball was released on bail to return on a date to be fixed.