Date: 19th September 2001
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)