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Susan Boyle thief to face court

A teenager who allegedly stole money from Susan Boyle’s home is to face court.

The break-in happened at the Scottish singer’s home in West Lothian, Scotland, on January 26 and local police have now confirmed the suspect is to face trial.

A spokesman for Lothian and Borders Police said: 'A 16-year-old youth has been arrested and charged in connection with a theft that happened at a property in Blackburn.'

Susan was left badly shaken by the incident and her representatives have issued a statement thanking "local police for their help and support'.

On the night the break-in took place, the 'Wild Horses’ singer had returned home after a day in the recording studio to lay down vocals for Simon Cowell's Helping Haiti charity single 'Everybody Hurts’ to discover the intruder.

After being spotted on the stairs, the teenager turned and ran past the scared music star.

A source said at the time: "Susan got home to find an intruder halfway up her stairs. She was with another female, who was dropping her off, it is just as well she was.'

After the incident Susan's eldest brother John insisted she needed round-the-clock care and security because of her global fame.

He said: "She needs 24-hour care. She needs to be looked after."
 

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