Teenage burglar disturbed by homeowner spent 13 HOURS in wardrobe as police examined property then fled with valuables

Teenage burglar hid in wardrobe for 13 HOURS as police hunted for clues – then fled with camera and laptop as owner slept Aaron Bradford, 18, hid in the house from 3pm until 4am as police searched He fled with a camera, laptop and cash after the owner went to bed Teenager then used two bank cards from the house to withdraw cashPreviously involved in armed robbery in which a girl was used as 'bait' Sentenced to five years in a young offenders' institution after 'full admission' | UPDATED: 23:58 GMT, 26 November 2012 Brazen: Aaron Bradford was disturbed by the owner just before 3pm and then hid in the house until 4am, when he sneaked out with a laptop, camera and cash A burglar who was disturbed during a break-in when his victim returned home hid in a wardrobe for 13 hours before continuing his robbery. Aaron Bradford, 18, dived into the cupboard in a house in Yelverton, Devon, when the owner came back at 2.40pm and discovered that it had been ransacked. After the police were called, officers arrived at the house while Bradford kept quiet in his hiding place.

Children in UKIP foster row have been split up: Decision sparks further criticism of Rotherham council

Children in UKIP foster row have been split up: Decision sparks further criticism of Rotherham council | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 27 November 2012 Appeal: UKIP's Lisa Duffy says the couple want the children back The three children removed from their foster parents because the couple were UKIP members have been separated from one another, it emerged last night.

GPs paid to register an illegal immigrant: Fury over 64-a-patient incentive deal for doctors

GPs paid to register an illegal immigrant: Fury over 64-a-patient incentive deal for doctors New guidance says GPs cannot withhold appointment on the grounds that patient does not have identificationMPs Frank Field and Nicholas Soames said the situation is 'absolutely unacceptable' | UPDATED: 00:04 GMT, 27 November 2012 llegal immigrants must be given free treatment by GPs, under a hugely controversial edict handed down by NHS managers. The doctors will be paid 64 a year for each migrant they put on their books – the same amount they receive for all new patients

Dying rhino leads calf to safety in final act of motherly love as game reserve poachers go on four-day killing spree in South Africa

Dying mother rhino leads her calf to farm lodge and safety after being attacked by poachers on killing spree in South AfricaPoachers kill eight rhino in four day killing spree in North West provinceIt left maggot-covered carcasses dotted across Finfoot Game ReserveFive men charged in connection with the massacre and due in courtBut game reserve staff say 'It's not “if”, it's “when”' poachers return | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 27 November 2012 A dying rhino summoned the strength to save her calf as poachers went on a killing spree on a game reserve in South Africa, keepers said today. The slaughter lasted between three and four days and left maggot-covered carcasses dotted across the landscape at the Finfoot Game Reserve near Sun City in North West province. Gamekeepers said after being shot at, the pride of the reserve named Longhorn realised she would die

Pong is FORTY: Classic that launched the multi-billion dollar video games industry celebrates anniversary this week

It's a long way from Call of Duty! How the multi-billion pound video games industry began 40 years ago with table tennis in black and white Classic video game was the first release by Atari in 1972They were later sued after another company claimed it stole their idea | UPDATED: 00:07 GMT, 27 November 2012 Now here's an anniversary to make you feel old. Pong is 40 this week. The classic video game, one of the first to reach mainstream popularity, was officially released on November 29, 1972 – 40 years ago this Thursday.

Manhunt underway for notorious sex offender Dean Goodwin, 32, suspected of raping woman in Poole area of Dorset

Serial sex offender on the run: Police issue alert after woman was raped in her own home by attacker who kicked in the door Public urge public not to approach him Suspect was previously jailed for sex assaults on a 63-year-old woman and a 13-year-old girl | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 27 November 2012 A serial sex offender was on the run last night after raping a young woman in her own home. Police have warned the public not to approach Dean Goodwin, 32, who has served time for vicious sexual assaults on a 63-year-old woman and a girl of 13. Police described the latest attack, on a woman in her 20s, as shocking

The moment that Anders Breivik planted his bomb: Never before seen CCTV footage shows mass murderer parking van that killed eight in Oslo

The moment that Anders Breivik planted his bomb: Never before seen CCTV footage shows mass murderer parking van that killed eight in Oslo Breivik wearing security guard's uniform walks away from bomb inside vanCCTV footage captures significant damage caused by the device last yearAfter bomb exploded, Breivik got into second van which he drove to Utoya | UPDATED: 00:22 GMT, 27 November 2012 This is the chilling moment mass murderer Anders Breivik walks away from his van in Oslo before a bomb inside it explodes killing eight people and injuring dozens. Never before seen CCTV footage also captures the devastation the device caused in July 2011, which was planted by the 33-year-old Norwegian. Breivik, wearing a security guard's uniform, is seen parking his white van at the entrance of a Government building that housed the Prime Minister's offices.

Smoking harms your brain as well as your body: It leads to sharp decline in mental ability, warns study

Smoking harms your brain as well as your body: It leads to sharp decline in mental ability, warns study Test on nearly 9,000 people over 50 have shown lifestyles could damage the mind as well as the bodySmoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels and a high BMI all worsen the risk | UPDATED: 00:30 GMT, 27 November 2012 Tests on 8,800 people over 50 have showed cigarettes can damage memory Smoking is known to be highly damaging to physical health, being a major factor in cancer and heart disease. Now, however, its alarming effects on the mental well-being of millions of smokers have been outlined by British scientists. Lighting up regularly has been associated with a sharp decline in the performance of the brain, according to their study.