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By utilizing the same absorbent spunbond material, Bramton also manufactures the "Simple Solution" diaper garment for both housebreaking and incontinence purposes.
It's part of an operation to clamp down on housebreaking in the city after the number of thieves taking car keys from homes before stealing vehicles doubled in three months.
THE island of Colonsay has been left stunned after its first housebreaking.
Scottish police forces yesterday revealed a dramatic drop in housebreaking, car crime, assaults, robberies, muggings and even murder.
Pee Post Pheromone-Treated Yard Stick by The Bramton Company offers owners a training tool for housebreaking their pets.
He said Flynn, a prisoner at Barlinnie with a history of shoplifting and housebreaking, was a serial offender and the sentence would act as a deterrent to others.
The Nursing Midwifery Council also heard he had convictions for using a telecoms system to send offensive matter and for housebreaking.
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When police were called to a housebreaking the woman occupier implicated Bryce, who was put in a car with Pc Dunlop.
Last week, McIntyre, whose previous convictions also include housebreaking and drink-driving, pleaded guilty to various charges at Stirling Sheriff Court.
At the time of the chase in January, Rodger had been released from custody after serving half of a 26-month sentence for joyriding and housebreaking.
Jailing Ramsay for 15 months, Sheriff Kevin Drummond told him: "You have 25 previous convictions for housebreaking since 1990 and the public are entitled to some protection.