Blackpool teen’s 13th offence for burglary

Blackpool Magistrates Court
Blackpool Magistrates Court
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A teenager has clocked up his 13th offence for burglary.

Jack Easter, 19, of Westmorland Avenue, Blackpool, pleaded guilty to two offences of burglary and breaching a suspended prison sentence for theft of a car.

He had 11 previous convictions for burglary.

Martine Connah, prosecuting, said Easter forced his way into a cabin on Park Road and stole a laptop computer on February 2.

Easter’s fingerprints were found at the scene.

On April 1 Easter went to offices on Blackpool’s Brimwell Industrial Estate and asked if there were any jobs going.

When a staff member went into a back office Easter stole a £600 i-Phone.

Easter was bailed to appear at Preston Crown Court for sentence on June 29 by Blackpool magistrates.