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Man charged as police probe Boston cafe roof fall

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A man from Boston has been named and charged by police as the force investigates another male’s fall from a cafe roof in the town.

As previously reported, officers were called to Dolphin Lane at around 9.30am on Sunday, September 22 where it appeared a man in his mid-twenties had fallen from a roof at ‘Crumbs’.

The man was treated for minor leg injuries in hospital and was not one of the people arrested.

Police previously stated that three men were arrested whilst they investigated the matter as ‘wounding with intent’. The men have since been released with no further action, police said.

The force has now revealed that a fourth person was arrested, who has now been charged.

Evaldas Navickas, 32 of Albert Street in Boston, was later charged with burglary and criminal damage to property under £5,000. He will appear before Boston Magistrates on October 16.

DoMuk pizza take away posted on its Facebook page saying their opening time would be delayed on Sunday as they were unable to enter the shop due to the incident.

Anyone who was in the area of Dolphin Lane or nearby Market Place and saw anything suspicious should contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 quoting incident 148 of September 22.

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