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Thursday, 26 February 2015

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Barrow man admits burgling his own grandmother's home

A BARROW man has admitted carrying out a burglary at his own grandmother’s home.

And Adam Royle has already been warned by a judge that he is facing a possible prison sentence.

Royle, aged 37, of Undergreens Road pleaded guilty to burgling a home on Storey Square, Barrow in October and stealing money and a letter.

Mr Richard Bennett, defending, asked for sentencing to be adjourned so that probation can compile a background report on the defendant.

Royle was remanded on bail to February 14th at the end of his Preston Crown Court appearance.

Judge Stuart Baker told him "You must regard yourself at being at risk of a prison sentence for this offence".


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