A burglar has been warned he could face jail after admitting breaking into a community centre.
Christopher Nagy slouched in the dock during the brief hearing at Preston Crown Court.
Nagy, 27, of Thirlemere Road, Preston, had previously denied the charges.
However he admitted breaking into the Farington Park Community Centre, in Thirlmere Drive, and stealing a laptop and digital camera.
Judge Heather Lloyd told Nagy: “The fact that you have been granted conditional bail should not be taken as any indication of the likely sentence.
“All sentencing options, including custody, will be available to the sentencing judge.”
Judge Lloyd ordered a presentence report into Nagy to assist the judge when he retuirns to court to be sentenced on November 14.
He was granted bail with the conditions he lives and sleeps at his address in Thirlmere Drive and co-operated with the preparation of reports.
Judge Lloyd ordered the burglar to take his hands out of his pockets while she addressed in the dock.
She ordered him to make contact with a probation officer before he left the court and to keep any future appointments which were made.