Welling man who hid in cupboard to escape police sentenced to four years in jail for multiple offences

PUBLISHED: 16:33 16 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:33 16 May 2017

Siggers mug shot

Siggers mug shot


Thomas Siggers, 22, was convicted on May 9

A Bexley man, who hid in a cupboard to escape police, has been found guilty of multiple offences including burglary.

Thomas Siggers, 22, of Falconwood Parade, Welling, was convicted of two counts of burglary, six counts of theft, two counts of handling stolen goods, two counts of making off without payment, one count of taking without owners consent, six counts of driving whilst disqualified, and five counts of driving with no insurance, when he attended Woolwich Crown Court on May 9.

He was arrested by police after being discovered hiding in a cupboard at a friend’s flat.

He was sentenced to four years in prison.

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