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Synonyms for burgle

commit a burglary

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Harun Nawaz, 21, of Ravens Grove, Scout Hill, Dewsbury, pleaded guilty to going equipped to burgle and was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment suspended for two years and 200 hours of community work.
The case against Bailey and Robert Harrington, a former Thames Valley and Regional Crime Squad detective accused of attempting to obtain pounds 500 from one jockey and conspiring to burgle another, is expected to be heard over three days at Bow Street Magistrates Court.
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.
That led to a charge of conspiracy to burgle and steal vehicles between July 28 and August 21, which he admitted.
The group all admitted burgling the shed and attempting to burgle the house.
In July he tried to burgle a house in Sontley Road, Wrexham and burgled another two properties in Wrexham.
Lewis Adams, 23, and Carl Duckering, 25, conspired to burgle five isolated properties in Middlesbrough, Whitby, Pickering and Stokesley.
Jason Colin, 37, of Chapel Street, Abercanaid, admitted attempting to burgle a property at The Grawen, Merthyr Tydfil on August 6.
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.
Two men, aged 24 and 25, from Sheldon were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to burgle.
They admitted attempting to burgle a property on Stocksbank Road, Mirfield on April 16.
Jonathan Challinor, defending, said: "Mr Byrne did not know at the time he decided to burgle the premises that he was burgling somebody's residence.
Giving evidence on Friday, Hodgson told the jury at Teesside Crown Court how on the afternoon of Friday, September 4, he had gone to Hartburn in the morning looking for a property to burgle so he could pay for drugs.
Leah Dillon, defending, said McNab did not plan to burgle the premises and had acted on the spur of the moment.