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Man jailed after string of burglaries across Suffolk, Norfolk and Bedfordshire

Deividas Zvironas has been jailed for 12 years Credit: Suffolk police

A Bedford man's been jailed for 12-years for a string of burglaries carried out across Suffolk, Norfolk and Bedfordshire in 2017.

38-year old Deividas Zvironas was jailed at Luton Crown Court after previously pleading guilty to 18 offences; Nine in Suffolk, two in Norfolk and seven in Bedfordshire.

Zvironas was arrested in Bedford in November last year after he had been circulated as a wanted person.

  • Zvironas was charged with the following offences in Lowestoft.
  • Three thefts
  • Three burglaries
  • Two robberies
  • Fraud

His offending didn't stop there with more robberies taking place in Norfolk and Bedfordshire.

  • Two robberies in Great Yarmouth
  • Four burglaries and one attempted burglary in Bedford and Kempston
  • Assault causing grievous bodily harm and common assault in Bedfordshire

"Deividas Zvironas is a prolific criminal who travelled around three counties causing misery for numerous victims. His offending involved him deliberately targeting elderly and other vulnerable people."

– Detective Inspector Matt Adams, East CID, Lowestoft

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Police car vandalised on emergency call out

Credit: @bedssouthresp

Police chiefs have condemned vandals who threw a metal bollard through one of their patrol cars while it attended an emergency call-out in Dunstable.

Bedfordshire Police said it was responding to an unrelated dispute on the High Street on the afternoon of Friday 12th January

No-one was in the vehicle at the time.

On a Twitter post Supt Nick Lyall described it as an "unacceptable" act of vandalism by a "dipstick".

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