An Aylesbury man has been jailed for three and a half years for committing two burglaries in the area.
David Rowe, of Eeles Close, burgled a home in St Catherine’s Court, Aylesbury, between September 12 and the next day, taking jewellery, electrical items and cash.
The 27 year old also stole alcohol from a garage in Great Lane, Bierton, in the early hours of June 26.
He pleaded guilty to both offences.
Sgt Jim Forrest said: “This sentence sends out a clear message that burglary will not be tolerated in the area.
“Burglary is an intrusive crime and we will continue to work with our partners to ensure that it is both prevented and offenders who commit burglary in our area and brought to justice.”
Rowe has already served time behind bars for multiple burglaries.
In 2009 he was sentenced to 33 months in prison after notching up 28 offences.
At Aylesbury Crown Court, Rowe was sentenced to 33 months’ imprisonment for the St Catherine’s Court burglary and nine months’ behind bars for the garage burglary.