Monday 26 February, 2024

Burglar jailed after stealing more than £65,000 worth of machinery from Kent farms

Kent Police said Jamie Broadmore was sentenced to two-and-a-half years at Canterbury Crown Court for his offending

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Police said Jamie Broadmore had targeted his victims by claiming his uncle had died and he was selling it on behalf of the family farm (Kent Police)
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Police said Jamie Broadmore had targeted his victims by claiming his uncle had died and he was selling it on behalf of the family farm (Kent Police)

A Kent burglar who stole more than £65,000 worth of agricultural equipment before selling it on has been jailed after targeted farm businesses. Kent Police said Jamie Broadmore appeared before Canterbury...

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