A man has been sentenced to two years and three months’ imprisonment after pleading guilty to burglary and theft offences in the Milton Keynes area.
Calum Elliott, aged 18, of no fixed abode, admitted two counts of burglary in Sumatra Close, Newton Leys, one attempted burglary in Broughton and two counts of handling stolen goods in Oxley Park, all of which occurred over a ten month period in 2017.
Elliott also asked for 37 other burglary offences and two further theft from vehicle offences that took place in Milton Keynes between 4 January and 30 October 2017 to be taken into consideration.
He was convicted of the offences at Aylesbury Crown Court on 11 February and was sentenced on Wednesday (11/4).
Elliott was charged and remanded in custody for the offences on 31 October 2017.
Investigating officer Detective Constable James Punter, of the Milton Keynes Investigation Hub, said: “Elliott is a prolific burglar and targeted people’s homes while they were asleep, stealing their most valued possessions.
“He had no regard for anybody but himself, and I am happy that the victims of these offences now know that Elliott has been convicted and is unable to continue the crimes that he carried out against the residents of Milton Keynes.”