burglary or theft

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  • This section creates an offence of "going equipped" for burglary or theft.
  • In the United Kingdom, a person who carries anything at all with the intent to commit burglary or theft can potentially be prosecuted.
  • If this were not done-- if criminals, persons who commit murder or burglary or theft -- were not arrested and punished, no man's life or property would be safe. Cited from Civil Government of Virginia, William F. Fox
  • Possession of burglar's tools, with the intent to use them to commit burglary or theft, is a misdemeanor.
  • Car registrations are checked against lists from the Police National Computer, including vehicles of interest to the police for crimes such as burglary or theft of petrol.
  • In the case of items specifically made or altered to be usable in burglary or theft, such as lock-picks, mere possession presumes intent - there is no need to prove it.