Burglar Saint Martin Sterling who raided Derby shop was caught by DNA left on woolly hat

Burglar Saint Martin Sterling who raided Derby shop was caught by DNA left on woolly hat
 

DNA left on a woollen hat led to a burglar being apprehended after he broke into a Derby shop and stole almost £5,000 in cigarettes and tobacco.
Saint Martin Sterling, 31, was three months into a suspended sentence for drug offences when he committed the offence on January 28 this year.
Yesterday, Recorder Simon King sentenced Sterling to 16 months in prison – two months of which was for breaching the suspended sentence – after he pleaded guilty to stealing the cigarettes from Esses Mini-Market, in Monk Street, Derby. He had been on remand since his arrest in April.
Derby Crown Court heard... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 42
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