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burgle

to commit BURGLARY upon a house, etc.
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Prosecuting barrister Frances Willmott said that Ward, previously of Needham Road, Kensington, Liverpool, burgled the King's Arms pub (left) on Mostyn Street on the night of August 16 when the landlord was doing paper work upstairs.
West Yorkshire Police recorded 96,029 burglaries between January 2008 and December 2013 with some 9,770 properties burgled before.
But Smith stole the house key from his dad then burgled the man's home, stealing his bank card and buying himself almost PS1,000 of jewellery.
We were burgled in September while we were sleeping, our neighbours were burgled while they slept and it goes on and on.
The former West Bromwich East MP, now Baron Snape of Wednesbury, said: "I have very good security and each time I'm burgled I take greater precautions.
The break-in left the flat covered in water and is the second time tenant Robert Parkes, 32, has been burgled in four weeks.
have to wonder if Judge Bowers has ever been burgled.
The Prime Minister, who revealed he had been burgled twice, branded the offence "hateful".
TWO men who were acting suspiciously near to a house that was burgled are being sought by police.
Fingerprints obtained from some of the houses that were burgled matched those of the two men who have been arrested.
Summary: Shadow defence secretary Liam Fox described the "not a very nice feeling" of being burgled while he was at home.
At first, my heart sank, as I assumed the school had been burgled - perhaps by the same scumbag who twice broke into my home within a six-month period.