Date: 19th September 2001

Man Found Guilty Of Burgling Jerry Hall's Home


An antiques dealer has been found guilty of burgling the London home of supermodel JERRY HALL and stealing property worth more than $9,100 (7000). DAVID BRYCE, 33, of west Hampstead, north London, had denied taking items from Hall's home.

However, his fingerprints were found on a candlestick left near Ms Hall's home in Richmond, south west London, KINGSTON CROWN COURT was told. Judge HUMFREY MALINS told Bryce that he faced a substantial custodial sentence and adjourned sentencing for pre-sentence reports. Other valuables were stolen when Hall's home was burgled by Bryce and an accomplice last September (00).

They included a computer worth $2,600 (2000), two silver ornamental candlesticks valued at $6,500 (5000), a gold pearl earring worth $130 (100), an umbrella and dumbbell. (RP/WNWCXX)

Source: WENN