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A burglar who stole jewellery from the £32m home of Petra Ecclestone while posing as a wealthy Russian buyer has been jailed for eight years for a string of similar burglaries at upmarket homes in London and the Home Counties.
Collin Thomas Ferguson thought he had escaped police by hiding in a car
Margaret Woodward, 68, given award for bravery after chasing thief from her home and ‘trying to break his kneecaps’
Homeowners urged to lock up their valuables and beware of burglars during the ‘most burgled’ time of the year
Multiple arrests in joint police operation involving 26 forces
According to reports armed police pointed their guns at Andrew and shouted at him to 'put your hands up and get on the ground'
Anthony Kennedy, who hid in ventilation shafts when he was on the run in the 1990s, jailed for burglary
A man found living in the pool house of Jennifer Lopez’s mansion in the Hamptons, New York has been charged with stalking.
The burglars struck at the offices of the Sexual Assault Services Centre in southern California
'I knew it was illegal to steal, and I did so regardless… I'm very sorry', she told a judge
Authorities under pressure over day release of double killer arrested over pensioner's death
Changes to 'double jeopardy' law meant 56-year-old Baker could face trial for same offence after walking free from court the first time due to legal mix-up
While in the house he helped himself to Jaffa Cakes and a pasta meal before making off with three televisions and other valuables
His was the case that prompted a national debate on the measures home owners could take to protect themselves. Now Tony Martin, the Norfolk farmer who shot dead a burglar in his home in 1999, has revealed he had only failed to try to stop another intruder because he “couldn’t face all that hassle again”.
Nearly 66,000 burglaries last year were committed by people who had spent at least a year in prison
Kevin Gough was discovered when staff at Moody and Woolley Solicitors raised concerns about an unpleasant smell and flies in their office