Burglar jailed after admitting to attempted theft from Bucks property at Aylesbury court

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He was foiled by a man in his 60s when trying to enter the home

A man has been jailed after he admitted to trying to steal from a Bucks property at Aylesbury Crown Court.

On Monday (19 December), George Oumounabidji, aged 23, of no fixed abode, was jailed for two years.

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He admitted to one count of burglary dwelling with the intent to steal.

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George Oumounabidji

At about 12.15pm on Monday 17 October this year, Oumounabidji looked through the windows of a property in Chapel Lane, High Wycombe.

Oumounabidji then attempted to break into the home, when he tried to get inside a man in his 60s challenged him.

Due to this intervention, the 23-year-old fled the scene on foot.

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Thames Valley Police arrested and charged Oumounabidji the following day.

Investigating officer PC Ben Sarl, of the Priority Crime Team, said: “George Oumounabidji observed the house and looked through a number of windows before entering the property with the intent to steal.

“It was only due to the victim’s brave intervention that Oumounabidji fled the scene.

“Burglary has a huge impact on victims, who should feel most safe in their homes. Therefore, I am pleased that Oumounabidji has been brought to justice and has been jailed for two years.”