Lockdown Burglar’s Tagging Device Records Locations During Crime Spree

THE Lockdown burglar’s tagging Device recorded the location of the houses he robbed, during a Lockdown crime spree.

Shane Simpson, from Wellington Way, Skegness was charged with multiple crimes that took place between April 5 and 27. The burglar, 27, had previously been fitted with a tagging device that was hoped to keep him away from Nottingham. Simpson seems not to have realised the exact nature of the device and proceeded on a burglary crime spree during lockdown in the Skegness area. The device recorded the locations of his crimes.

The spree involved incidents at Harrow Road, Winston Drive, Churchill Avenue, The Meadows and Mulberry Way amongst other locations.

The Lincolnite reports that “Thousands of pounds worth of property was taken including laptops, mobile phones and jewellery. He was jailed for a total of 42 months. His sentence is to run consecutively with a 12-month jail term imposed for harassment at a court in Nottingham earlier this month.”

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