A JUDGE says he wants to hear from the victims of a serial doorstep conman.

Christopher McKillop was in the dock at Preston Crown Court, after admitting to burglary and theft charges relating to six incidents across Blackburn.

An earlier magistrates court hearing was told that each of the offences involved elderly victims.

But the crown court heard McKillop may be facing two more similar charges, which are still under investigation.

Judge Richard Gioserano also told the court he was not prepared to sentence the 39-year-old without victim impact statements being prepared.

McKillop, 39, of Bolton Road, had pleaded guilty to burglaries in Parkinson Street, Audley Street, Saunders Road, Exeter Street, Rockcliffe Street and Audley Lane.

Diamond rings, bracelets, phones and purses were among the items stolen.

McKillop, who used to live in Padiham, was jailed for 12 months in 2017 for a string of thefts and frauds across East Lancashire.

He was remanded in custody to await sentence on March 6.

Judge Gioserano said he could not bind a further tribunal but he believed the defendant should be dealt with on the next occasion.