Caught: burglars who silenced Jewson alarm

Published:  22 March, 2010

WALES: Three men broke into a Jewson yard in Cardigan to disable a burglar alarm that had been sounding for hours in the early hours of the morning.

The men were arrested and charged by police for being in the yard for the unlawful purpose of intending to damage a burglar alarm.

Jonathan Paul Hancox aged 42, of 21 Castle Street, Cardigan and 20-year-old Joshua Stuart Payne, of 7D Quay Street, Carmarthen, admitted the offence committed on Monday, November 30 last year.

A youth has also been charged in relation to the burglar alarm and is to appear in court next month.

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