Man charged in connection with a stolen Bradley Lowery charity box
1:45pm 20th March 2017
(Updated 2:28pm 20th March 2017)
A man has now been charged after a charity box raising money for a five-year-old Sunderland fan with terminal cancer was stolen.
The collection was being taken for Bradley Lowery who is fighting neuroblastoma.
A search was launched after the box was stolen from the counter of The Lunch Box in Peterlee.
The money was later recovered by Durham Police.
A 35 year old man is due before Newton Aycliffe magistrates this afternoon.
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