A man who broke into a property in Rugby and stole car key and jewellery has been jailed.
Aiden Henry, 28, appeared at Warwick Crown Court on Thursday November 9.
He pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary and was sentenced to 32 months in prison.
Between midday and 12.40pm on Wednesday, July 19 Henry forced entry to a property in Woolscott, Rugby and stole jewellery and car keys.
PC Stephen Hill said: “I am pleased with the sentence, Aiden Henry has shown a lack of respect for other peoples property and a disregard of how victims feel when they are subjected to a burglary from their home, a place that they are meant to feel safe and secure.”
“The investigation leading to the conviction came about after an internal CCTV camera recorded the burglary and after a public appeal to locate Henry”
“Any information after an appeal or report of an offense can dramatically accelerate an investigation and, in some cases, provide the key information needed to lead to an arrest.
“As such I would like to thank the local community for their assistance with this case. All those who came forward with information and shared our appeal assisted with this positive outcome.
“We fully welcome the Courts decision with this sentence.”