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Man, 34, who broke into car park pay machines in High Wycombe is convicted of multiple counts of theft and criminal damage

| January 23, 2016

A 34 year old man, of no fixed abode, has been convicted on multiple counts of theft and criminal damage following an investigation by Thames Valley Police.

The man pleaded guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates on Thursday 14th January 2016 to ten counts of theft, nine counts of criminal damage and one count of failure to comply with the notification requirements of the sex offenders register.

Between Christmas Day 2015 and Sunday 10th January 2016 the convicted man carried out a string of offences in High Wycombe. He broke into car park pay machines causing criminal damage and taking sums of money. On two occasions he stole the whole machine. On Tuesday 5th January 2016 the man stole alcohol from a convenience store.

The man was arrested on Wednesday 13th January 2016 following an investigation by a Thames Valley Police officer.

The convicted man is due to be sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court, a date has not yet been set. He has been recalled to prison due to the breach of the conditions under the Sex Offenders’ Register.

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