Thames Valley Police has released the mugshots of three men recently jailed for their role in a burglar gang who stole thousands of pounds worth of luxury goods - including cars, cigarettes and Ted Baker handbags.

Jason Seagrove, Kevin Bodman and Daniel Vellenoweth were jailed at Reading Crown Court on Tuesday, January 31.

The group were prolific burglars, targeting homes and businesses across Slough, Windsor, Ascot and Staines.

Slough Observer: Brian SeagroveBrian Seagrove (Image: Thames Valley Police)

In a string of raids through the spring and summer of 2020, they made off with thousands of pounds worth of goods.

Thames Valley Police launched a special investigation, 'Operation Clobber,' to bring the gang to justice.

Sentencing the men earlier this week, Judge Hassan Khan said they had a particular preference for luxury goods.

Slough Observer: Daniel VellenowethDaniel Vellenoweth (Image: Thames Valley Police)

For instance, they netted £3,500 of cigarettes in a raid on a newsagents - while a residential burglary saw them make off with an Xbox One and two Ted Baker handbags.

Several vehicles stolen by the gang were subsequently used to commit knifepoint robberies in Buckinghamshire.

Jason Seagrove, 45 - of no fixed abode - was described by Judge Khan as a "professional burglar."

Slough Observer: Jason SeagroveJason Seagrove (Image: Thames Valley Police)

He was jailed for 17 years, having pleaded guilty to dozens of offences - including nine counts of residential burglary, three of commercial burglary, five of theft from a motor vehicle, four of fraud and three of robbery.

Vellenoweth, 40, of Heston Grange in Hounslow, was jailed for two years and six months for conspiracy to commit fraud and commercial burglary.

Bodman, 43, of Sand Martins in Bracknell, received a two-year suspended sentence. He had earlier pleaded guilty to three counts of burglary dwelling, two counts of shed burglary and one count of conspiracy to commit commercial burglary.

A fourth member of the gang, Brian Seagrove, was jailed for two years and four months at a hearing last October. He is Jason Seagrove's brother, and acted as the gang's driver.