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Luton burglar jailed for over two years

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Our dedicated burglary investigation team, Operation Maze, continues to make the county a safer place after fourth prison sentence was secure at Luton Crown Court last week.
 
Marvin Warmington, 45, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to two break-ins in Luton earlier this year.
 
On 14 April 2020 Warmington gained access to a property in Cutenhoe Road, Luton through an unsecure garage door. He then entered the property and stolen a laptop in a laptop bag.
 
He also pleaded guilty to a burglary in Bradley Road, Luton on 23 May 2020. He has forced open the front door and stolen a wallet containing the victims bank card, passport and a quantity of cash.
 
He then used the bank cards to withdraw £700.
 
Warmington was captured on CCTV, and identified by public witnesses and police officers.
 
He was jailed for a total of two years and five months for two counts of burglary and four counts of fraud.
 
Warmington became the fourth burglar to be put behind bars last week.
 
Detective Constable Jason Wheeler, from Operation Maze, said: “Our team is dedicated to crack down on burglary and we are satisfied with the result.
 
“Only last week we have secured over 10 years imprisonment for four prolific offenders from across the county.
 
“Whilst we are working hard to secure results, we would encourage residents to think about their home security as we are approaching darker nights. Please ensure that you keep your windows and doors double locked, and when going out at night, consider leaving a light on to make your home look lived in.”
 
If you wish to learn more about home and vehicle security visit our website.
 
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Gosia Grabczak (Beds Police, Administrator, Bedfordshire)

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