Three people have been charged in connection with the handling of stolen Lexmark goods and will appear in court next month.
Sources at Skipton CID in Yorkshire told PC Dealer: 'Three people have been charged in relation with handling stolen Lexmark inkjet cartridges.
They will appear in court on 30 July.' Police refused to named those charged.
But other sources have revealed that a reseller in Leicester is one of the three persons arrested for selling some of the stolen cartridges out of his premises. He is out on bail, pending his appearance in court.
According to police, a wagon load of the Lexmark cartridges was stolen from Cross Hills, near Skipton last November. The trailer was found abandoned near Immingham Docks a week later. The value of the stolen hardware has not yet been determined.
Graham Salmons, UK marketing director at Lexmark, said: 'Unfortunately, we have become a target to many people, including thieves. We are pleased that the these particular culprits have been apprehended.'
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