Monday, June 8th, 2015
A thief just who utilized a car to smash their way into a club has been delivered to prison.
Paul Newcombe, elderly 35 of Llansamlet, drove a car or truck into the front side of Mond Valley Golf Club in Clydach in-may just last year prior to making off in a van which was later on discovered containing stolen golf equipment.
During his getaway he was pursued by police officers and drove off-road onto waste surface where his vehicle got trapped.
He had been arrested when it comes to tennis shop burglary alongside thefts. Newcombe showed up at Swansea Crown legal where he had been sentenced to couple of years for offences of burglary, theft, dangerous driving and managing taken products.
Detective Constable Craig Earley of Swansea Central Police Station stated:
“Paul Newcombe used a stolen car to force his means in to the Mond club then made off in a van and led police on a dangerous pursuit where he eventually went off road into waste ground and was detained.
“He is a respected offender that is today offering a prison sentence for their crimes.
“We will target those who reside a life of crime into the Swansea and Neath Port Talbot area and whoever has information about individuals associated with crime or the managing of taken home in the community after that contact law enforcement and we'll do something.”