A Birmingham man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison after targeting businesses and a school in a "burglary spree", police said.
Shawn Brown, 27, from the Lozells area, was sentenced to four years and five months at Birmingham Crown Court on Tuesday.
Brown took computers, cash and credit cards, as well as £500 worth of goods from an Erdington special school and £1,800 from a city centre florist.
Brown was charged with 11 counts of burglary, including a house burglary in the Handsworth area.
Investigating officer, DC Andrew Middleton, said: "This outcome is a great result for the community."