Baby-faced Fast and Furious thief stole cars and glassed love rival at soft play

A Fast and Furious-style thief who was in a gang that stole six cars including a Jag and a BMW in a 34-minute spree has been jailed for five years.

Garry Myles, 20, admitted a slew of charges which included theft by housebreakings, theft of motor vehicles, theft of tools from within vehicles and a serious assault. The Courier reported that he helped raid garages to steal high value cars.

Myles pleaded guilty to the offences on Friday, 10 November, and returned to Dundee Sheriff Court on Thursday, 16 November, where he received a combined sentence of five years. 

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The former apprentice joiner also admitted glassing a love rival in front of his children. The thug did so beside a soft play area in a bar and bragged he “glassed the f**k out of some c**t,” the Courier reported.

“He was with my kids. He deserved it," he reportedly said. Myles reportedly pushed him over a table, struck him several times on the head with a glass tumbler and threw a glass at him as he walked off.

As well as stealing a whole host of luxury vehicles, the thug also admitted using a stolen Vauxhall Corsa to ram the glass double doors at a service garage before stealing £30 in cash.

Detective Constable David Fearn said: “Acquisitive crime can have a real impact on members of the public and I hope this outcome sends a clear message that it will not be tolerated in our community.

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“We will continue focussing our efforts on disrupting this type of criminal activity and would encourage people to take the necessary steps to avoid falling victim to acquisitive crime.

“It is important to always lock your vehicles and remove keys and any valuables when it is unattended. We would also advise you to keep your homes secure at all times and identify an appropriate safe place to store keys to vehicles which is away from your front door.

“If you have any information or concerns about acquisitive crime in your area please contact Police Scotland on 101 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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