Two men convicted of illegal metal detecting at ancient site

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Two men convicted of illegal metal detecting at ancient site

Two men have been convicted of unlawful metal detecting at the site of an ancient Roman town near Peterborough.

Keith Stacey and Samuel Wildman from Northamptonshire were caught on private farm land at Durobrivae just outside Water Newton in May of last year.

The pair were each sentenced to a 12 month community order, 200 hours unpaid work and have to pay £300 in costs.

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