Many times the terms burglary and robbery are confused with each other. Although both of the crimes are usually associated with theft, burglary doesn’t always involve stealing anything. Burglary is defined by someone breaking into a building with the intent to commit a crime. (it is also referred to as Breaking and Entering) It is only when a theft is committed that the burglary then becomes (or is paired with) robbery. Robbery, the most commonly used term, is defined as stealing from a person with use of force or intimidation. Because of their differences, a person can be charged with both crimes for one incident.