A teenager has admitted playing a part in a late night burglary while a mother and her child were at home.
Scott Layzell, 18, pleaded guilty to the offence in which a number of valuable items including a car were stolen.
He faces sentencing at crown court while another man has also been charged over the incident.
The break-in happened at an address in Lincoln Avenue, Liversedge, on July 6.
During the raid a red Renault Clio was stolen following the theft of its keys from the address.
Two televisions, a red leather handbag, a red leather handbag, a Nintendo Wii and Ray-Ban sunglasses were also taken.
Kirklees Magistrates’ Court heard that Layzell pleaded guilty to burglary on the basis of joint enterprise.
He admitted that he assisted in loading the goods into the stolen car but did not drive the vehicle, which was allegedly then driven dangerously and crashed.
Another man has already appeared at Leeds Crown Court charged with the offence.
Layzell, of Woodhead Drive in Batley, will appear there for sentencing on August 25.
In the meantime he must comply with an electronically-monitored curfew and reside at his address.