Lancashire

BAE Systems Warton plant: Two charged with criminal damage

BAE Warton
Image caption Two people have been charged with criminal damage

Two men have been charged with causing criminal damage at a multinational defence company's plant in Lancashire.

Police attended BAE Systems' Warton site on 29 January after reports that a hole had been cut in a perimeter fence and a hangar door damaged.

Daniel Woodhouse, 29, of Armley Grange Drive in Leeds, and 31-year-old Samuel Walton, of Cromwell Road in Lambeth, south London have been bailed.

They are due to appear at Blackpool Magistrates' Court on 10 July.

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