More charges have been revealed after masked intruders allegedly broke into a house in Truro and stole expensive designer watches and clothing.

Last week Alan Rouffignac, Jake Berry and Abbie Jade Baker appeared at Truro Magistrates' Court charged in connection with an aggravated burglary at a property in Truro on May 14.

Rouffignac, aged 38, of Steamers Hill, Angarrack and Berry, aged 25, of Higher Church Street, Copperhouse, Hayle were charged jointly that they entered, as a trespassers, a dwelling in Truro and stole watches, jewellery and clothing of a value unknown and at the time of committing that burglary they had with them an offensive weapon, namely a knife.

At the time prosecutor Renee Gallin said there were other charges, including having an offensive weapon and other offences that are linked to that which have now been officially confirmed.

Berry, was also charged with driving whilst disqualified, taking a motor vehicle without the owner's consent at Gordano Services, Bristol, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place on May 14, 2022 at Truro and being carried in a motor vehicle taken without the owner's consent on May 16 on the A39 at Perranarworthal, knowing that the car, a Ford Fiesta had been taken without the consent of the owner.

Rouffignac was also charged with taking a motor vehicle without the owner's consent on May 16 on the A39 Perranarworthal, driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence on May 16 in Oakfield Road, Falmouth, driving with no insurance on May 16 at Falmouth, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place on May 14 at Truro and being carried in a motor vehicle taken without the owner's consent.

Baker, aged 25, of Oakfield Road, Falmouth, was charged that on May 16 on the A39 at Perranarworthal she allowed herself to be be taken in a conveyance that had been taken without the owner’s consent, namely a black Ford Fiesta.

She was also charged that between May 14 and May 16 at Falmouth she dishonestly undertook or assisted in the removal or disposal or realisation of stolen goods, otherwise known as handling stolen goods, a coat to a value unknown, and she was being dishonest when she did that.

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All three defendants did not enter any pleas.

Rouffignac and Berry were remanded in custody to appear at Truro Crown Court on June 21 via videolink. No bail applications were made for the two men.

Baker was given conditional bail not to contact witnesses and to appear at Truro Crown Court on the same date.