02:27AM, Saturday 01 September 2012
A man and woman have pleaded guilty to a string of offences in Slough and Maidenhead and will be sentenced in October.
Adam John Smith, 30, of Tintern Close, Slough, and Roisin Tara Horan, of Powney Road, Maidenhead, pleaded guilty to robberies and burglaries carried out in 2011.
These included a burglary in Powney Road on September 29 and a burglary in Courthouse Road, both Maidenhead, on the same day.
Smith also pleaded guilty to a burglary in Powney Road on September 24, a burglary in Portlock Road, Maidenhead, on September 26, a knife-point robbery at Sweet News in Langley on September 28, a burglary in Coopers Way, Slough, on October 4, and a knife-point robbery at Londis, Farnham Road, Sloug,h on the same day.
Horan also pleaded guilty to three counts of handling stolen goods which relate to burglaries in Maidenhead.
Both will be sentenced at Reading Crown Court on Monday, October 1.
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