A pair who broke into homes across the country, including in Chalfont St Peter, have been jailed for several years.
At a court hearing at Aylesbury Crown Court on Thursday, November 18, Chad Goodall, aged 41, of Kingfisher Way, Brent, London received a sentence of four years of imprisonment.
His accomplice, Daniel Simpson, aged 39, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to a term of three years, nine months at the same hearing.
Both men had pled guilty to the charge of conspiracy to commit burglary earlier this year at the same court.
On March 17 this year, the pair broke into a house in Burnham, stealing cash, bank cards and jewellery, which they then used to buy food and drink at a shop in Chalfont St Giles.
Later the same day, Goodall and Simpson stole the keys of a Black BMW from a house in Chalfont St Peter which they later drove to London.
Simpson was arrested on April 23 and charged the following day. Goodall was apprehended on April 28 and also charged the following day.
Case investigator, Navjot Toor, based at Amersham police station, in a statement revealed that the pair had also committed burglaries in London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex prior to and after the Chalfont offences.
He also said: “I would like to thank the victim and witnesses who have supported the police throughout the investigation.
“The sentencing of these two men sees the end of months of work by the Priority Crime Team in Thames Valley Police and the other forces we collaborated with to ensure all our victims achieve justice.
“Together they stole high performance vehicles, jewellery both high in monetary and sentimental value and money and caused significant damage to gain entry to victim’s homes.”