Breaking…and entering

Demolition man accused of £500k watch burglary at home of football boss.

A well known Liverpool businessman has been accused of stealing £500,000 of watches from the home of a football chairman.

Thomas Mee was arrested in relation to a break-in at Marsden Manor on Macclesfield Road in Prestbury. Marsden Manor is reported to be the private home of Bury FC chairman Steven Dale.

Mee has been charged with burglary and possession of criminal property.

The burglary relates to the alleged theft of watches worth in the region of £500,000. The criminal property is cash in the region of £200,000. The offences are alleged to have happened at Marsden Manor in Prestbury.

Mee, together with a second man – Vincent Ball – appeared at Crewe Magistrates yesterday and have been remanded in custody.

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