Man admits burgling house and stealing car in Fareham
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A man has admitted burgling a house and stealing a car from the driveway in Fareham.
Max Plaister, aged 21, of no fixed abode, appeared at Portsmouth Crown Court on Monday 13 November where he pleaded guilty to one count of burglary and one count of theft of a motor vehicle relating to an incident in Beaumont Rise, Fareham, on 7 June this year.
A house was broken into and a Vauxhall Mokka was stolen from the driveway.
The vehicle was located and recovered by police in Thatcher’s Copse car park in Titchfield on 9 June. Forensic enquiries linked Plaister to the vehicle.
At the hearing, Plaister also pleaded guilty to one count of attempted burglary and one count of theft from a motor vehicle relating to an incident in Bye Road, Swanwick, on 9 October this year.
Plaister accessed a car and stole a key from inside, before unsuccessfully making attempts to enter a house using the key.
Following the hearing, Plaister was remanded in custody to appear at Portsmouth Crown Court on Friday 5 January 2024.