A HAMPSHIRE man has been sentenced to four more months in jail for stealing a caravan.

James Wood, 33, of Cutforth Way, Romsey, is already in prison for a spate of thefts, including stealing a pair of garden gloves, a car wheel and a statue of a horse.

He pleaded guilty to the theft on July 2 and was sentenced to four months' imprisonment at Poole Magistrates' Court.

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Poole Magistrates' Court (Image: Newsquest)

Wood stole the Elddis Odyssey caravan, worth £8,000, in Christchurch, Dorset, in the summer of 2023, the court heard.

This was several months before he burgled the Swanage Cricket Club on November 18.

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Wood has pleaded guilty to this later crime, for which court proceedings are ongoing.

He was also sentenced for an additional theft at Ivy Cross in Shaftesbury on October 27.

In another offence on August 16, 2023, Wood attempted to burgle an address on Ashford Close, Fordingbridge, and caused damage to a garden shed during an attempt to gain entry.