Nanny working for Duke of Wellington"s son helped her boyfriend steal 30,000 of items from aristocrat"s country home

Nanny working for Duke of Wellington's son helped her boyfriend steal 30,000 of items from aristocrat's country home Sarah Hallcup, 27, had been nanny to aristocrat's children for four yearsBurglary discovered when Lord Christopher Wellesley returned from breakTreasures including busts of the first Duke of Wellington had been takenPolice found Hallcup's boyfriend Neal Akhtar, 27, had stolen the goodsHallcup, Akhtar and their accomplice Scott Allaway, 27, await sentencing By Harriet Arkell PUBLISHED: 17:48 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:48 GMT, 1 February 2013 Trusted nanny: Former nanny Sarah Hallcup, 27 A nanny employed by the youngest son of the Duke of Wellington was today convicted of helping her boyfriend burgle their country home. Lord Christopher Wellesley and his wife Lady Emma Wellesley entrusted Sarah Hallcup, 27, with the keys to their rambling home during the four years she looked after their children

The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar Stuart Gibbs behind bars

'Don't ring me when I'm out robbing': The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar behind bars Stuart Gibbs, of Leicester, jailed for 18 months for the attempted burglary The 24-year-old admitted the offence after police caught him with messageAdmitted a string of later offences including dangerous driving | UPDATED: 14:44 GMT, 26 December 2012 Gibbs admitted attempted burglary and was jailed for 18 months at Leicester Crown Court A would-be burglar has been locked up after police found a text message he sent before trying to break into a house which read: 'I've told you 20 times – don't ring me when I'm out robbing'. Dozy Stuart Gibbs was caught hiding in a shed behind the house in Leicester after a vigilant resident contacted police when she two men acting suspiciously in a neighbour's garden

Rachel Johnson: Forget the sympathy and counselling. Just lock up my burglar!

Forget the sympathy and counselling. Just lock up my burglar! | UPDATED: 00:03 GMT, 23 December 2012 The last time I wrote about a crime in the family – after my younger son was relieved of his BlackBerry in London’s Holland Park in broad daylight – a certain local politician complained of me putting it about that the capital’s streets were in the grip of a ‘middle-class mugging epidemic’ ahead of an important election.

Police "spend 2,000 on callout" after elderly woman complains neighbours" cat stole her chicken

Police 'spend 2,000 on callout' after elderly woman complains neighbours' cat Pebble stole a CHICKEN from her kitchen 75-year-old Dorothy Howling-Neame called Kent PoliceShe claimed neighbours' cat broke in through cat flapOwners Janine, 46, and Paul Watson are questioned Police: Callout was over woman's general quality of life | UPDATED: 09:55 GMT, 9 December 2012 Police spent 2,000 sending a van and two officers to investigate a cat that stole a chicken from an elderly woman’s kitchen, it was claimed today. Dorothy Howling-Neame, 75, of Folkestone, Kent, called the authorities after her neighbours’ Bengal broke into her house through a cat flap.