A 46-YEAR-OLD Newport man has been sentenced to 20 months imprisonment for burglary and theft.
Lucien Rousselle was found guilty at Merthyr Crown Court today, Friday 6th August, following a trial.
The burglary took place in Undy, Monmouthshire on 28th August 2019.
Officer in the case, PC Adam Griffiths said: “Rousselle burgled a rural cottage whilst a family were asleep upstairs. It was a traumatic experience for those involved.
“I welcome the sentence given. We are committed to pursuing those who carry out such distressing and reprehensible crimes and bringing them to justice.”
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