(CHESHIRE, U.K.) Crown Court Report: A man has been jailed for stealing iPads for the use of children of key workers during the #Coronavirus crisis from a Beaumont Primary School in Warrington on Apr.09: 2020: #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.19: The school was open to the children of people who had to work despite the lockdown caused by the #COVID19 epidemic: The iPads were for children who would not otherwise have access to IT: Gorvett climbed into the school in the early hours of the morning via scaffolding and adjusted a security sensor: He broke into the building using a crow bar and smashed a window, leaving a trail of blood in the school office: Another man who had been with him fled when the school’s alarm went off:

Man jailed for stealing iPads from ‘ Primary School ‘ meant for the children of key workers:

Gorvett made off with the equipment in a backpack but abandoned it when he realised it was indelibly marked for security: He was traced through his DNA left in the office and was arrested on 13 May 2020: The school’s business manager, Joanne Warburton, was made aware of the break-in by the police and provided a statement to the court…………………..She said the break-in has left the school with a bill of around £4500 to replace the stolen iPads, to repair the damage and to deep-clean the building because of the trail of blood left by Gorvett:

Gorvett pleaded guilty to burglary and being in possession of cannabis and today (11 June 2020) at Liverpool Crown Court, the judge, HHJ Trevor-Jones, sentenced Gorvett to 28 months in jail and described this as ‘a mean offence’

Crown Advocate Mike Stephenson, of CPS Mersey Cheshire, said: “Staff at Beaumont Primary School were educating the children of people who were working through the Coronavirus epidemic: “These families were presumably already under some pressure to work through what are extraordinary circumstances: “For the staff and children to then have to face the loss of key equipment and the shock of seeing their school broken into is a further strain in an already difficult situation.”

Detective Constable Vicky Hancox, of the Warrington Beat Team, said: “To target a school during the coronavirus pandemic and steal iPads used to assist children of key workers to learn and develop is truly deplorable: “This crime has not only affected the pupils but has also impacted the hard-working staff who have been continuing to provide an education for these children in the most difficult of circumstances: “I am pleased that Gorvett is now behind bars for his actions and I hope this sentence will deter others from committing similar burglary offences.

“Cheshire Constabulary will do everything in its powers to target those who commit offences such as this and bring them to justice. Anyone with information in relation to burglaries in Cheshire can contact us by calling 101 or report it online.”

#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: June.19: 2020:

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