burgle

(redirected from burgling)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to burgling: burglarize

burgle

to commit BURGLARY upon a house, etc.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
He also admitted stealing cash from Durham Road Fish Bar, in Stockton, which he burgled on August 31 and burgling Deep hairdressers, again on Norton High Street, where he stole cash and equipment on September 8.
The duo was arrested for illegal possession of property and possession of burgling tools.
Daniel Barnham, 20, admitted burgling the Merthyr Tydfil home Greg Plant shares with Natasha Miles, in April.
The 30-year-old accused is charged with burgling four flats.
He is accused of burgling Hendrie's cottage in the grounds of pounds 1.
Summary: JEDDAH: Two illegal overstayers were arrested in Jeddah recently for burgling over 30 homes in the city, said police.
One 25-year-old man who admitted burgling NINE villas was given a 30-month suspended prison sentence.
So I guess it would seem churlish to ask, after reports that some police officers get paid pounds 100 for simply taking a work-related phone call after their shift, exactly how these PR jollies reduce crime, such as the burgling of houses near the school, and exactly what they teach the children.
Lee is today in Durham Prison waiting to be sentenced after he admitted burgling Diane's home and taking the rings his gran had passed on to her, as well as other valuable goods.
THE father of a man who was kicked and stamped to death by three youths after he disturbed them burgling his house, said yesterday that he had been left "devastated" by the murder.
Brett Frewin had pleaded guilty to burgling the DJ's home and an address in Poppy Lane, Erdington, but denied involvement in the robbery in Maney Hill Road.
Kosztor says she went back to burgling in order to fund the publishing of her memoirs but she could face seven and a half years in prison for her latest escapade, Reuters reported.