Three people jailed after stealing cars from Gravesend, Rochester, Belvedere, Maidstone and more
PUBLISHED: 16:46 24 August 2016
The trio were sentenced on Monday, August 22
Three people have been jailed for a combined total of 13 and a half years after a number of high value cars were stolen in north and west Kent.
William Burton, Wayne Goodwin and Jerry-Lee Shoebridge targeted eight homes between May and June 2015.
The cars taken during their crime spree had a combined value of £200,000 and included three BMWs an Audi and two Mercedes vehicles.
Mobile phone data pinned each of the suspects to the areas where each of the cars were stolen, before they were arrested on June 11 2015.
Burton of Avenue Road in Erith, received a five year sentence, along with 33-year-old Goodwin of Edendale Road in Bexleyheath.
Both Goodwin and Burton, 24, admitted conspiracy to commit burglary and were sentenced on Monday, August 22.
Shoebridge of Lanridge Road in Abbey Wood denied the offence.
The 21-year-old was found guilty in July and sentenced to three-and-a-half-years in prison.