Man Jailed For Burglaries In Chiswick
Two of the offences were at the Catholic Centre, and Outsider Tart
A Hounslow man has been jailed for five burglaries at a number of locations in west London, including the Catholic Centre in Chiswick and the Outsider Tart restaurant.
The offences in W4 took place last April.
44-year-old Michael Exposito of Chatsworth Crescent, Hounslow was arrested following a CCTV appeal by the Met.
He pleaded guilty at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court on 10 August and was sentenced to 18 weeks' imprisonment for each offence, to run concurrently.
The court heard that on 7 March, Exposito burgled Tabla Restaurant in Hanworth Road, Hounslow. He stole £150 and six bottles of spirits.
On 20 March, Exposito burgled The Cinnamon Lounge on Twickenham Road in Isleworth. Five bottles of spirits and £1,500 were taken.
On 18 April, Exposito burgled the Outsider Tart café in Chiswick High Road, Chiswick. He stole £100 and a tablet computer. On the same day he also burgled a building on Kew Road, Richmond and stole eight bottles of spirits.
On 22 April, Exposito burgled the Catholic Centre in Dukes Avenue, W4. He stole £200 and six bottles of spirits.
October 6, 2016