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“He says it is a figure the hospital just can’t afford.”Mr Kwong said Parkin worked for a contractor at the hospital, firstly as a gardener and then a maintenance worker for four years but left three years before the offending there happened.He said in just over a month, during February and March, this year, the defendant committed seven burglaries at the site, using the master key to get into the staff offices.Mr Kwong said: “He knew all areas of the site like the back of his hand and abused his knowledge to carry out the burglaries.”Three of the victims were female doctors whose handbags he stole after using the master key to get into their locked offices, DerbyshireLive reported.He pleaded guilty to burglary and fraud and was jailed for two years and three months.Judge Nirmal Shant QC said: “It is quite plain you used your inside knowledge of the hospital, gleaned from four years working there, to carry out that set of offences.”Speaking after sentencing, a spokesman for the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust said: “This incident incurred costs that the NHS really can’t afford to waste, as offences such as this ultimately detract from the amount of money the Trust is able to invest into patient care. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. A hospital has been forced to spend almost £129,000 on changing all of its 1,500 locks after a thief with “inside knowledge” stole a master key to commit break-ins.Gareth Parkin knew the Royal Derby Hospital “like the back of his hand” after working there as a gardener and maintenance worker for four years.He then “abused his knowledge” to carry out his spate of offending, Derby Crown Court prosecutor Joey Kwong said.After stealing the key during the first burglary he then used it to to access plant rooms and break into staff offices to steal handbags which belonged to doctors.Parkin, 36, of Chaddesden, Derby, used the bank cards he stole from them to buy goods to sell to fund his drug addiction.In separate offences Parkin broke in to the same convenience store in Oakwood, Derby five times and used a bank card stolen from a female pensioner aged 94.Mr Kwong told the court: “The site manager at the Royal Derby Hospital, Simon Marriott, has provided a statement for the court.”He says the master key being taken has caused a massive security risk. “All 1,500 locks have had to be changed and the current estimate as to how much it has cost is £128,749.02. “UHDB takes a zero tolerance approach to all forms of theft and are therefore pleased to see that the police’s investigations into this incident have led to a conviction.”


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