Published: 16:42, 29 June 2020
| Updated: 16:49, 29 June 2020
A serial burglar who targeted a village home has been jailed for just under two and a half years after admitting another break-in.
Several items of paperwork are believed to have been taken and the 30-year-old was later arrested and charged following a police investigation.
It was discovered he had carried out the burglary not long after leaving prison for committing other break-ins.
Mounger had previously embarked on a burgling spree over the course of three months between November 2016 and January 2017.
He targeted nine properties across Istead Rise, Sevenoaks, Longfield, Gravesend, Cobham, Dartford and Chatham.
An investigation later connected him to the break-ins, a car theft and several forged number plates and he was jailed for three years.
Mounger appeared at Woolwich Crown Court in April where he pleaded guilty to the latest burglary.
He was sentenced at the same court earlier this month to 876 days imprisonment.
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