Lithuanian who burgled three Wisbech homes and stole vodka from a supermarket is jailed
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A LITHUANIAN man who burgled three Wisbech homes and also stole vodka from a supermarket has been jailed for 18 months.
Evaldas Baciulis, 22, appeared for sentencing at Cambridge Crown Court today after earlier appearances before magistrates in Kings Lynn and Peterborough.
Baciulis’s first offence was the theft from vodka from the Horsefair Co-op on November 13 when CCTV cameras identified him selected vodka and then removing the security tag.
He concealed the bottle in his jacket and left without paying for it.
In Ollard Avenue, between November 13 and 14, he broke into a house through a small downstairs toilet/bathroom window.
Later the home owner noticed a computer tower had been stolen.
During the night the family dog had woken up the house holder who then looked out of the window.
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“However he didn’t think anything of it at the time as this was a fairly regular occurrence,” said a police report.
On November 26 he broke into a house in Ramnoth Road sometime between 11am and midnight and stole a LCD TV from a wall mounted bracket and also took jewellery.
Sometime the same day he broke into a terraced house in Norwich Road although nothing was stolen.