A 20-year-old man has been warned that he could be jailed after admitting a series of burglary offences.
Samuel Hodgins pleaded guilty to four burglary charges and one attempted burglary when he appeared at Bradford Crown Court.
All the offences were committed over an eight-day period in February and March and they included two burglaries at Old Town Cricket Club. On February 27 spirits worth £28 were stolen and on March 5 confectionery, spirits and charity money were taken.
Hodgins, who had no previous convictions, also admitted to burglaries at Hebden Bridge Railway Station cafe and a house in Smithwell Lane, Hepstonstall. His last offence was an attempted burglary at the Spar premises in Crown Street, Hebden Bridge, on March 7.
Judge Peter Benson agreed to a request from Hodgins’ barrister Howard Shaw for a pre-sentence report to be prepared, but told the defendant that all options, including custody, would be considered by the court.
Hodgins lives in the Northampton area and was granted bail until his sentence hearing on November 7.