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Wednesday, 10 June 2015

A serial burglar identified via DNA evidence left on used lager cans he discarded at crime scenes has been jailed.

30 year old Michal Gut from Shepherds Bush, was sentenced to two years' in prisonfor four counts of burglary and two attempted burglaries which occurred between January 2013 and November 2014.

He pleaded guilty.

Gut was responsible for stealing property worth in the region of £80,000.

Officers arrested him in Plaistow in February following an investigation into a linked series of burglaries in Hammersmith and Fulham, Newham and Kent.

All four burglaries occurred at properties that were unoccupied, with Gut forcing rear doors open or entering via open windows.

On two occasions, Gut was disturbed by occupants who were inside their property, at which point he fled empty-handed.

He came to police notice after his DNA was discovered on discarded lager cans left in two gardens at properties he had burgled.

The 'Okocim Mocne' Polish high-strength lager cans were found by burglary victims.

A search of the address where he lived in Newham at the time of his arrest uncovered more than 100 stolen items he had accumulated from his crimes.

PlayStation consoles, video cameras, high value pens and items of jewellery, which included necklaces gilt with one burglary victim's name, were recovered.
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