Monthly Archives: August 2019
Retailer Forced To Lock Up Coffee
In Aberdeen, a store owner has been forced to lock away jars of coffee after shoplifters decimated its stock of the product, according to the Evening Express website.
The Spar shop on Byron Square, Northfield, now requires customers to ask for coffee at the till.read more
Jail For House-Sharing Shoplifters
The Bournemouth Echo website reports that a pair of house-sharing shoplifters have been jailed for 16 weeks each.
Lee Curry and Christopher Heap stole steak and frozen seafood from Bournemouth shops during a spate of offences, including teaming up to steal frozen seafood worth £165 from Iceland.read more
Cider Worker Stole Stock
The County Gazette reports that a trusted worker at a Thatchers Cider factory was caught stealing stock and getting orders sent directly to his home.
Colin King had worked at Thatchers for five years and was responsible for handling email orders and customer deliveries.read more
Bognor Bookkeeper Stole Over £100k
The Argus website reports that a bookkeeper stole thousands of pounds from her employer to fund luxury holidays, handbags, and expensive trips to London.
Lynn Boakes set up a fake company to pay invoices worth more than £100,000 to herself from architecture firm Southfield Structural Services.read more
Airport Worker Lied On CV
The Manchester Evening News website reports that a trainee worker at Manchester Airport lied on his CV when applying for a job as a security guard.
Ryan Warmbold – a former special constable – had used his old inspector as a referee, but had created a false email address in the officer’s name and wrote his own reference.read more
Butcher Stole £1,800 From Till
The Ham & High website reports that an employee of a long-established butchers which has featured in the BBC drama Killing Eve stole £1,800 in cash from the shop’s till.
Lee Rafis – employed by Kent & Sons butchers for 11 years – took the cash in less than a month, whilst cashing up at the end of each working day.read more