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Man, 34, convicted after admitting breaking into a vehicle in Burnham

| March 9, 2016

A 34 year old man has been convicted after admitting to breaking into a vehicle in Burnham last year.

The man, of Wyndham Crescent, Burnham, was sentenced at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 8th March 2016 after he pleaded guilty to one count of theft from motor vehicle.

On the evening of Friday 4th December 2015 the rear passenger window was smashed on a Citroen parked in a car park in Oxford Avenue, Burnham. After entry was gained to the vehicle property including a laptop was stolen.

The man was arrested at his home address on Saturday 5th December 2015. After a search of his property was carried out a suspected stolen laptop was recovered. The man was bailed at the time with conditions pending further inquiries.

On Thursday 4th February 2016 the man was charged in connection with the incident and bailed to attend court.

At his court appearance on Tuesday 8th March 2016 the was fined £250 and ordered to pay compensation of £342.

Det Con Richard Bates, officer in the case, said: ‘Forensic evidence enabled us to link the offence to Cronin for which he later pleaded guilty to.

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