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burgle

to commit BURGLARY upon a house, etc.
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Duckering was given the longer sentence for conspiring to burgle.
It is also alleged that he conspired with Bailey to burgle the home of jockey Norman Williamson on October 31, 1995.
Lancaster, 23, admitted conspiracy to burgle and steal and kidnap and was sentenced to three and a half years behind bars.
HOW absurd to say it takes courage to burgle and then let the perpetrator walk free.
Why don't we just give thieves a printed licence, like a driving licence, so they can come to our homes, flash the card and say they are here to burgle the property, so could we please stand aside while they get on with it?
Mr Medland told the jury: "There is no issue he was in the house; there is no issue he went there to burgle and there is no issue that he assaulted her and caused her injury which led to her death.
Mr Hunt said that as a child Cadwallader had been sent out to burgle almost like an Artful Dodger in Oliver Twist.
Jason Colin, 37, of Chapel Street, Abercanaid, admitted attempting to burgle a property at The Grawen, Merthyr Tydfil on August 6.
He also admitted attempting to burgle a house in Albany and handling jewellery stolen from his aunt's home.
Two men, aged 24 and 25, from Sheldon were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to burgle.
He was only just out of prison and claimed a drug dealer and a gang ordered him to burgle houses to pay off his debts.
A ROBBER who mugged a pensioner in the street went on to burgle her home 15 minutes later.