Man guilty of kosher bakery break-in

By Jessica Elgot, January 8, 2010
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A man has pleaded guilty to stealing a laptop and causing several hundred pounds worth of damage to a kosher bakery in Stamford Hill.

Mehmet Kama, 29, of Bridlington Road, Enfield pleaded guilty at Thames Magistrates Court to burglary, following a break-in at Grodzinski kosher bakery.

DCI Gary Bruce of Hackney Police said: "This individual was quickly identified and apprehended following extensive police enquiries, with help from the Jewish community.

“Tackling burglary is a priority in Hackney and we will ensure that any individual involved in this type of activity - from those breaking into homes and businesses, to those selling stolen goods, are targeted, caught and dealt with appropriately by the courts."

Kama will be sentenced on Wednesday next week.

    Last updated: 10:41am, January 8 2010