‘Crime does not pay’: Police warning after two men jailed for spate of Boston burglaries

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Two men have been jailed following a string of burglaries in Boston.

Sergejs Danilevics, 30, and Marek Kazakevic, also 30, committed burglaries at various homes in the town throughout April 2017.

Goods stolen included mobile phones, a laptop and computer equipment.

Danilevics was jailed for four years for five offences of burglary.

Kazakevic was sentenced to nine months in jail for handing stolen goods in a number of the burglari

Investigating officer DC Toby Manley said following sentencing: “With prolific offending like this there are numerous victims left in the wake.

“These are people who have had their homes broken into while they sleep and this can have a really devastating impact.

“I would like to thank these residents for working with us and helping us to bring these offenders to justice.

“We will not tolerate burglary in our county and the sentences today underline the fact that crime certainly does not pay.”

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