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A man was jailed for 32 weeks after breaking into an Exeter primary school and stealing hundreds of pounds from the safe. Jon Tutte-Melluish, 37, was sent to prison after admitting breaking into St Leonard's Primary, taking an iPad and £345. The heroin addict also burgled the nearby Weekes estate agents, stealing a laptop and a camera, a court heard. Tutte-Melluish, of Queen's Crescent, smashed a window before taking an Apple laptop and an Ikon camera from the estate agency on March 2, magistrates were told...

Days later, on March 8, he broke into the Church of England primary school off Topsham Road. Lyndsey Baker, prosecuting, said the school caretaker had locked up a blue mountain bike used by Tutte-Melluish, thinking it belonged to a pupil. CLICK HERE to read the full story.

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