TWO MEN who broke into the offices of an alcohol logistics company were jailed  for a total of 30 months.

Jason Thom, 47, and Steven Smith, 38, entered the premises of Glasgow city centre's J.F. Hillebrand via scaffolding on April 24, 2020.

The pair made off with a variety of goods including laptops, mobile phones, alcohol and a vape kit.

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Thom and Smith pleaded guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to theft by housebreaking.

The court heard the two men were witnessed by CCTV on the scaffolding at the premises on Sauchiehall Street.

Prosecutor Sarah Latta said: "The security guard believed they were acting suspiciously and contacted the police."

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Thom and Smith were stopped by officers on a nearby street and searched.

Miss Latta said: "They were found in possession of several items of property including a gift set, electronic items, four mobile phones, two laptops, a jacket, a webcam, a quantity of alcohol and a vape unit."

Ann McKinley, defending Thom, called the offence "opportunistic."

Sheriff Tom Hughes gave each men a 15-month sentence.