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The break in, in October last year, also happened the day after the first anniversary of Ms Davenport's father's death.
Steven Corless, of Wicheaves Crescent, Little Hulton, 26, who pleaded guilty to handling goods stolen in the burglary was given a nine month prison sentence for handling stolen goods, suspended for 15 months.
of a previous relationship, now no longer felt safe in the home.
Ms Davenport was inconsolable when she found the urn.
The court heard she had felt 'sickened' by what the intruders did, and had sat 'hugging' the urn, which had been clearly marked, in her lounge, while her son tried for half an hour to comfort her.
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Recorder Michael Leeming told the 17 year old and Pollard: "You ought to be ashamed of yourselves. This was an invasion of the privacy of a family's home, and in this case someone who was plainly a vulnerable victim."
Pollard, of Rydal Crescent, Walkden, who only pleaded guilty to burglary a week before he was due to go on trial, was given an 18 month detention and training order.
Sick burglars thugs broke into a family home and hurled an urn containing the householder's mother's ashes into the garden, a court heard.
Recorder Leeming told him: "I view your part in this as just as serious as that of the people who actually broke in.
The incident also had a severe effect on her son who suffers from autistic spectrum disorder, which leaves him unable to deal with changes from routine.
The 17 year old, who took part in the burglary while already on bail for a previous incident in which he was involved in trashing a car, was sentenced to a 10 month detention and training order.
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Lewis Pollard, 19, and a 17 year old teenager who cannot be identified because of his age, pleaded guilty to being involved in the burglary. A third man, Steven Corless, 26, pleaded guilty to handling goods stolen in the raid on the house.
Joanne Davenport was left distraught when she returned to find the house on Quarry Pond Avenue, Little Hulton, had been burgled, and the precious remains treated with such contempt. Manchester Nike Shorts Girls Black Crown Court was told the burglars had taken property worth more than 2,000 while the mother of three was out.
She said in a victim's impact statement to police: "I felt alone and confused, and just didn't know what Nike Shorts Price
of sentimental value including Ms Davenport's engagement ring, and a gold locket containing the first strands of her children's hair.
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