Burglar jailed after stealing items worth £3k from Rugby home - The Rugby Observer

Burglar jailed after stealing items worth £3k from Rugby home

A PRISON sentence of 22 months has been handed to a Rugby man who burgled a house in Glebe Crescent on November 26.

Leon Lunn, 43, of Plowman Street, appeared before Warwick Crown Court via video link and pleaded guilty to the burglary, in which electrical items believed to be worth over £3,000 were stolen.

Lunn was arrested on December 7 and remanded in custody following an investigation by the Offender Management Unit.

Detective Constable Gary Hammond of Warwickshire Police said: “I welcome the sentencing and hope the victim feels that justice has been served.




“I would like to thank all the officers involved for the thorough investigation and team effort that has put a convicted burglar behind bars.”


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