This sentence should serve as a warning to anyone considering committing burglary – you will be caught and you will face the consequences. Burglar Sentenced to Prison for Targeting Homes in Tonbridge and Dartford Burglar Patrick Moloney receives three years and four months behind bars for ransacking homes and stealing sentimental jewellery in Kent.

This sentence should serve as a warning to anyone considering committing burglary – you will be caught and you will face the consequences.

Burglar Sentenced to Prison for Targeting Homes in Tonbridge and Dartford Burglar Patrick Moloney receives three years and four months behind bars for ransacking homes and stealing sentimental jewellery in Kent.

Burglar Sentenced to Prison for Targeting Homes in Tonbridge and Dartford

A 21-year-old burglar who stole sentimental jewellery has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for his crimes.

Patrick Moloney, along with his criminal associates, traveled by car to Kent where they targeted homes in Tonbridge and Dartford between October 24 and November 2. The properties, located in the outskirts of the towns, were ransacked and valuable items such as jewellery, mobile phones, and computers were stolen.

Police were able to identify the vehicle used by the gang and recovered it in Wickford, Essex on November 2. Inside, they found suspected stolen jewellery and Moloney’s DNA, connecting him to the burglaries. He was arrested on December 6 and later charged with eight counts of burglary.

Moloney pleaded guilty to the charges at Woolwich Crown Court and was sentenced yesterday (June 27) to three years and four months in prison. Detective Constable Josh Littley, the investigating officer, expressed his disgust at Moloney’s actions and emphasized the serious impact burglary has on its victims.

He also reassured the public that the police will do everything in their power to track down and bring to justice those responsible for such invasive crimes. Thanks to diligent investigative work, Moloney was swiftly apprehended and evidence was gathered to secure his conviction.

The stolen jewellery, which held sentimental value for the victims, has not been recovered. Moloney’s actions have caused great distress and he should be thoroughly ashamed of himself.

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