Burglar, 53, is told jail is likely
A MAN who admitted taking jewellery during a burglary of an elderly couple's home has been warned he faces jail.
Martin Harris yesterday pleaded guilty at Plymouth Crown Court to taking valuables from an address in Plympton in the early hours of May 24.
The 53-year-old has also asked for a further 20 offences to be taken into consideration.
Harris, of Brentford Avenue, in Whitleigh, pleaded guilty to taking jewellery, a vase, a handbag, bank cards and paperwork of an unknown value in a burglary in Revell Park Road.
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Judge Paul Darlow ordered a probation officer to prepare a report on his background for Friday. He warned that custody was "likely".
Jo Martin, for Harris, said he was working with the Harbour drugs and alcohol advisory service and the police unit which deals with prolific offenders. Harris was released on bail ahead of sentencing.