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Former Norfolk teacher who moved to Australia charged with sex offences

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A former Norfolk school teacher, who now lives in Australia, has been charged with multiple historic child sex offences, police announced this evening.

Glyn Jones, 55 and now of Major Mitchell Drive, Brisbane, will appear in court in March on a total of 13 allegations.

He was charged with 11 counts of indecent assault and two of attempted of indecent assault by detectives from Norfolk Police’s Child Abuse Investigation Unit today.

The alleged offences, are said to have been committed between 1979 and 1996 and relate to seven girls, all of whom were under 16 at the time. Police say Jones worked as a high school teacher for much of the period the accusations relate to.

Ten of the alleged incidents said to have taken place in Norfolk, while two are said to have happened in Devon and one in Staffordshire.

Jones has been bailed to appear before magistrates in Norwich on March 18.

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