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Hospital burglar admits his guilt

PUBLISHED: 09:06 27 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:10 03 July 2010

A 40-YEAR-old man pleaded guilty to breaking into a hospital, hotel and school.

Stephen Edhouse, of no fixed abode, admitted at Norwich Crown Court yesterday, to burgling the payroll office at the James Paget University Hospital on September 22 last year and taking two cameras.

A 40-YEAR-old man pleaded guilty to breaking into a hospital, hotel and school.

Stephen Edhouse, of no fixed abode, admitted at Norwich Crown Court yesterday, to burgling the payroll office at the James Paget University Hospital on September 22 last year and taking two cameras.

Edhouse also admitted breaking into Yarmouth's Victoria Hotel and stealing a prise, two mobile phones and some money on September 27. He also pleaded guilty to burgling Gorleston's Cliff Park High School and stealing £5 in cash on October 3.

Edhouse was remanded in custody until his sentencing on March 30.


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