A man who made off with items from a church and supermarket before stealing a car has been jailed for two years.
Jamie Davey, 34, of no fixed abode, was sentenced after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary and one count of theft from a vehicle.
Davey broke into the church in St Mary’s Square and stole electrical goods and communion wine.
He then broke into Waitrose in Exchange Street and stole a selection of alcohol from the supermarket.
Davey then went on to steal a car from Astronomy Way, Aylesbury.
He was sentenced to two years behind bars for the first count of burglary and six months behind bars for the second count of burglary, which will run concurrently.
He was also sentenced to two months’ in prison for theft from a vehicle, which will also run concurrently.
Twelve other offences were also taken into consideration.
Investigating officer, Det Con Stephanie Macleod, of Aylesbury Force CID, said: “I am pleased that Davey has been sent to prison for these burglaries which caused upset to the victims and damage to the properties.”