Teenager pleads guity to two burglaries in Spalding

Court news.

Court news.

A teenager has admitted to carrying out burglaries at a school, nursery and business, all in Spalding, from where goods and cash were stolen.

The 16-year-old youth, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was told to appear before a county youth offender panel for six months and pay a total of £125 by Lincoln Crown Court after a hearing last Friday.

The teenager had pleaded guilty to a burglary at a primary school in Spalding, stealing IT equipment from a classroom on May 9.

Other charges the teenager admitted to were a burglary at a business in Spalding Common on March 31 when cash was stolen and the attempted burglary of a nursery school in Spalding, also on May 9.