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By Thames Valley Police - 11th October 2012 12:00pm
On 4th October, Steven Bennett, aged 46 , from Sheerness, Kent, was sentenced to 40 months imprisonment for burglary offences.
Bennett was responsible for two burglaries in Kent and one in Cuddington.
Overnight on 12th to 13th July, Bennett broke into a property on Upper Church Street, Cuddington, and was arrested a few days later with property from the burglary still in his vehicle.
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