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burgle

to commit BURGLARY upon a house, etc.
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He said that the accused attempted to burgle a provision store belonging to one Mrs Ayomide Temilola.
Momat, 27, of Ferry Approach, South Shields, was already serving eight years behind bars for masterminding an armed raid at a businessman's home and was given an extra six years after he admitted conspiracy to burgle and steal.
No doubt Rochford will go on to burgle again and next time he could very well injure someone.
" "I am very clear that people who repeatedly burgle should be sent to prison.
BEIRUT: One man was killed and another wounded Thursday in an exchange of fire with security forces as a group of men attempted to burgle a Mount Lebanon home.
Mark Witherall's son, also named Mark, died on March 7 last year, five weeks after he was attacked outside his home in Whitstable, Kent, as he tried to chase away a group of youths who had tried to burgle him.
Gizella "Flying Gizi" Kosztor, who made her name in burglary in the 1950s by using cheap flights to fly from Budapest to rural towns to burgle homes and then catch the evening flight back, was apparently nabbed recently when she took the train home from a job in Encs.
CHARGES of conspiracy to burgle against Lambourn trainer Kim Bailey are to be heard on June 1.
These included: | | Pleading guilty to burgling a home on Mulberry Wynd, central Stockton, stealing tools and a torch, | Admitting trying to burgle another home on the same street, | Admitting burgling a home on Sadberge Road, central Stockton, taking keys, an Xbox 360 games console, a suitcase, power bank and earphones, | And he pleaded guilty to taking a woman's Vauxhall Corsa without her consent.
Hamza Hussain, 20, of High Street, Thornhill, pleaded guilty to going equipped to burgle and was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment suspended for two years and 200 hours of community work.
But further police inquiries linked him with other burglaries and he admitted a charge of conspiracy, with others, to burgle and steal vehicles between July 28 and August 21.
Judge Bowers apparently told an offender who raided three homes in five days: "It takes a huge amount of courage, as far as I can see, for somebody to burgle somebody's house.