Monthly Archives: September 2020

Thief Stole Trolley-loads From M&S

The Leicestershire Live website reports that a thief filled trolleys with food, drink and clothes in three separate shoplifting raids on Marks & Spencer.

Richard McLean made off with two stolen loads – the first worth approximately £300 – but was caught the third time as he tried to leave with £140-worth of clothes.

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Socialite Stole £680 Coat

As reported on The Sun website, Prince Charles’s goddaughter has admitted stealing a £680 designer coat from a Heathrow Airport branch of Harrods.

Socialite India Hicks appeared at Uxbridge magistrates’ court where she pleaded guilty, was conditionally discharged for three months and ordered to pay £85 costs.

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Thief Caught By Secret Camera

According to the Eastern Daily Press website, a Great Yarmouth hotel owner installed a secret camera to apprehend an employee who had been stealing cash from the business.

David Tumber – a chef at The Star hotel – was filmed stealing from the float and tips jar over a four-day period in July 2019.

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Vet’s Receptionist Stole £100k

As reported on the Southern Reporter website, a veterinary practice receptionist stole £100,000 from her employer to fund her gambling addiction.

Even after resigning, Gayle Middlemas managed to keep stealing money from the practice, as she had retained access to its computer system.

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Woman Sold Fakes On Facebook

According to the Chronicle Live website, a woman was caught with a stash of counterfeit Nike, Dior and Ugg goods which she had been selling on her Facebook page.

Following an anonymous tip off, Lisa Graham’s home was searched and a range of fake items was seized, including tracksuits, slipper and perfume sets.

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Thief Stole Deodorants From Morrisons

The Mail website reports that a prolific shoplifter has been caught stealing ten bottles of Lynx deodorant from a Barrow branch of Morrisons.

Keanu Rhys Logan has 30 previous convictions for dishonesty, having appeared in court a number of times for shoplifting.

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