A residential burglary is when someone enters a building such as a house, garage, shed or summer house with the intent to steal something or commit a crime.
It also includes other premises used for residential purposes such as houseboats, residential care homes and hostels.
If the burglar has a weapon, such as a gun, knife or explosive, this is classified as an aggravated residential burglary.
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