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Two of the offences were at the Catholic Centre, and Outsider Tart


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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.

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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

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