Two men plead guilty to stealing 14th century jug
Two men have pleaded guilty to offences connected with the theft of the 14th century Wenlok Jug from the Stockwood Discovery Centre in Luton.
Ronald Nash, who's 23 and from Tadworth in Surrey, was charged with handling stolen property and being involved in the supply of class A drugs.
25-year-old Louis Kybert, from Banstead in Surrey, pleaded guilty to drugs charges and possessing two stun guns.
Stolen treasure recovered
Jug theft accused due in court
A 23-year-old man is to appear in Luton Magistrates court today after being arrested in connection with the theft of the Wenlok jug.
Ronald Nash was arrested in Tadworth in Surrey and has been charged with handling stolen goods.
The bronze medieval jug is said to be worth £750,000 and was recovered by police after being stolen in May. It has been returned to the Stockwood Discovery Centre in Luton.