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JAILED: Burglar ransacked Bradford pharmacy and stole dangerous controlled drugs

JAILED: Burglar ransacked Bradford pharmacy and stole dangerous controlled drugs
JAILED: Burglar ransacked Bradford pharmacy and stole dangerous controlled drugs

JAILED: Burglar ransacked Bradford pharmacy and stole dangerous controlled drugs

A BURGLAR who ransacked a Bradford pharmacy, netting thousands of pounds of dangerous controlled drugs to sell on to addicts, has been jailed for three years.
Mathew Spaven got away with large quantities of diazapam, morphine, Subutex and needles when he raided the Imaan chemist shop on Manchester Road shortly after 4am on June 7 last year.
“Rather strangely,” he also stole hair dye products, prosecutor Emma Downing told Bradford Crown Court yesterday.
Spaven, 30, of Thornton Road, Thornton, Bradford, pleaded guilty to the burglary and to failing to attend court on February 2, when a Bench Warrant was issued for his arrest.
Miss Downing said he smashed his way into the pharmacy through the back door and ransacked it, pulling out drawers and tipping the contents of shelves on to the floor.
He failed to break into a safe containing cash but got away with a second safe full of thousands of pounds of drugs.
None of the drugs or needles had been recovered, all had gone into circulation.


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