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Guildford Crown Court – Man Sentenced to Three Years for Guildford Burglaries

Published on: 1 Feb, 2013
Updated on: 4 Feb, 2013
Daniel Harris

Daniel Harris

A 25-year-old man has been sentenced to three years imprisonment today (February 1) after being found guilty of three burglaries.

Daniel Harris of no fixed address appeared at Guildford Crown Court where he was imprisoned for committing offences at three residential properties in the borough in March last year (2012).

In the first burglary, which happened near Guildford railway station on the evening of 21 March, Harris forced open a window and stole digital cameras, a laptop and jewellery. He went on to commit two further burglaries in Ripley between 27 and 27 March, in which he stole a large LCD television, a woman’s purse, an iPad, two laptops, an iPhone and a blackberry.

I hope the sentence today sends out a clear message… Surrey Police Detective

Surrey Police BadgeDetective Constable Dionne Currie of the Surrey Police Proactive Investigation Team said: “Burglary is a very intrusive crime in which the real cost of the crime is not just related to the stolen goods, but can leave victims feeling extremely vulnerable in their own homes.

“I hope the sentence today sends out a clear message that such offenders will be relentlessly pursued by Surrey Police and similarly brought to justice.”

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