A rioter who became trapped in the Armani store in Birmingham’s Mailbox during the disorder has been jailed for 15 months.
Around £300,000-worth of stock was plundered from the designer shop.
Katie Shortall, 20, of Gibbons Road, Selly Oak, had previously admitted a charge of burglary with intent.
Meanwhile Steve Graver, 44, of Braidwell Road, Castle Bromwich, pleaded guilty to handling stolen goods from the store and was sentenced to nine months in prison.
Shenaz Muzaffer, prosecuting at Birmingham Crown Court, said Shortall was arrested when CCTV footage showed her looking at items discarded on the shop floor.
Shortall admitted going into the store, but said she had decided not to take anything, and when she went to leave found the shutters had come down.
Stephen Spencer, for Shortall, said she had been “swept up in the hysteria” of what was going on after drinking.
Miss Muzaffer said Graver had been seen running from the store and had thrown three handbags worth £269 in a bush which he intended to give to his wife.
A former army trainee who stole cigarettes from a service station which had been looted during the riots has also been jailed.
Rouelle Smith, 23, of Lannocombe Road, Longbridge, had previously admitted burgling the Total service station in Bristol Street, has been sent to prison for 16 months.
And Gavin O’Donnell, 34, of Fairfield, Kings Norton, who had pleaded guilty to the same charge was jailed for 18 months.
Judge Sybil Thomas said both defendants had tried to disguise themselves and targeted cigarettes because they could be sold on easily.
She said: “This burglary can not be seen as an isolated incident because it formed part of what has been described as the riots in this city.”
Rhydian James, prosecuting at Birmingham Crown Court, said during the two days the rioting took place the 24 hour petrol station had been broken into on a number of occasions.
He said looters had smashed glass door and at one point an assistant had been trapped in a toilet while the premises were ransacked.
He said that Smith and O’Donnell were spotted by the police helicopter.
O’Donnell stopped while holding a can of special brew he had taken from the petrol station.
Smith, who was carrying a bulging carrier bag, ran off, but was arrested later.
The bag which he dumped in bushes was found to contain cigarettes and tobacco worth about £500.
Mark Jackson, for Smith, said he had failed to complete his training in the army but was considering going back.
A fifth rioter recently jailed at Birmingham Crown Court helped looters raid at Maplins electrical store in Temple Street in the city centre.
Christopher Chew, jailed for 12 months, was caught after his blood was discovered on a poster inside the shop.
Chew, 20, of Ludlow Road, Alum Rock had previously admitted burglary.
Spencer Stephens, defending, said Chew handed himself in after he discovered the police were looking for him.
Motiur Rahman, 19, of Byron Road, Small Heath, who had admitted theft and was in breach of a suspended sentence during the riots was sentenced to 14 months’ detention.
Warren Stanier, prosecuting, said police discovered trainers and sweatshirts stolen from JD Sports in the Bullring when they searched his home on August 12.
Fellow JD Sports rioter Levi Crooks, 19, of St Lawrence Close, Edgbaston, who had admitted theft, was sentenced to six months detention suspended for two years and ordered to pay £350 costs.
Other rioters dealt with at Birmingham Crown Court recently include:
• Lukman Mohamud, 20, of Parkhouse Drive, Erdington, and Hussein Hussein (correct), 19, of Gladstone Road, Sparkbrook, who previously admitted theft, and were also sentenced to six months detention suspended for two years and ordered to do 100 hours unpaid work.
• Zekeriya Dahir, 21, of Essendon Road, Washwood Heath, who also had admitted theft was sentenced to seven months imprisonment suspended for two years and ordered to do 120 hours unpaid work.