Megan Douglas, 21, of Crosswell Road, Middlesbrough, was sentenced to 17 months imprisonment, suspended for two years, at Cambridge Crown Court on April 3.The court heard Douglas called at the home of her 86-year-old victim in Huntingdon whilst working as a door-to-door salesperson on Friday, October 20. Unable to stand due to her arthritis, the victim invited Douglas to enter her property after Douglas signalled through the window that she wished to speak to her. Once inside, Douglas sat beside the victim and spoke to her for about 30 minutes before asking if she could have a drink. The victim then invited Douglas to help herself to a glass of water in the kitchen, but became wary when she could not hear a tap running. A short while later, Douglas returned and said she had to leave. Once she had left the property, the victim noticed £97 cash and a bank card had been stolen from her purse. Douglas was arrested on November 2 after a member of the public reported seeing a man and a woman in his garden. Douglas admitted burglary and confessed to using the victims stolen bank card twice, making £40 worth of payments, which were later returned to the victim by the bank.