A Bournemouth man has been sentenced to three years in jail after he admitted to burgling a home.
Jason Baccus, 37-years-old, was also found guilty of 34 similar offences - with 22 occurring in the Weymouth, Poole and Bournemouth areas.
He was sentenced at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday, August 9.
Richard Dixey, of the Priority Crime Team, said: "This case provides an excellent example of the way in which forces can work together to achieve a positive result.
"I hope that the conviction of Baccus will provide some comfort to the victims of his burglary offences."
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