A thief has been banned from entering any vehicle or driveway without the owner's permission. 

Frankie Saich, 38, was handed a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) at Norwich Magistrates' Court on December 15.

It comes after he received a six-month jail sentence on November 30 after stealing almost £10,000 worth of personal possessions across the city.

Between June 27 and November 21, Saich committed numerous offences including theft from motor vehicles, fraud, interfering with motor vehicles and theft in Magdalen Road, Long Row, Clarke Road and Essex Street.

Among the items he stole included purses and wallets, bank cards, coats, perfume and electronic devices.

He went on to use stolen debit cards to buy items for himself including scratch cards.

He was initially charged with 13 offences and a further 25 were identified following further investigations. 

The CBO states that Saich, of no fixed address, must not attempt to enter any motor vehicle without the owner's permission or enter any private driveway without the owner's permission. 

Sgt Ali Tassie from the Operational Partnership Team in Norwich, said: “This individual committed numerous offences which impacted those in our community.

"We hope this CBO acts as a deterrent in committing any further offences upon his release and highlights to those that continue to persistently commit these types of offences that they will be dealt with."