Category Archives: Civil Recovery
Worker Stole Pokeman Cards
The Daily Star website reports that a warehouse worker stole Pokemon cards valued at £60,000 from his employer, and stowed them in his mum’s house.
Kyriacos Christou took the cards when he picked up orders for an online business, which sells the Japanese trading cards for hundreds of pounds.read more
Worker Stole Viagra Worth £42k
The Cheshire Live website reports that a warehouse worker stole a pallet-load of Viagra, worth £42,000, from his workplace, Phoenix Medical Supplies.
Eugene O’Neill’s theft was reported by a work colleague and further analysis of CCTV footage revealed him loading the medication onto a van.read more
80% Of Thefts Committed By 20 People
The Teeside Live website reports that less than 20 people are responsible for 80% of shoplifting in Middlesbrough town centre.
Tony Parkinson, Chief Executive of the council, revealed the shocking statistic that came after ‘Operation Banton’ – a six-week blitz on crime and antisocial behaviour.read more
Fake Goods Empire Uncovered
The Plymouth Live website reports that two women have been sentenced for selling and supplying counterfeit goods via private Facebook groups.
Counterfeit clothes, trainers and accessories from brands purporting to be Adidas, Nike, Gucci, North Face and Boss were found at Nicole Brudenell’s home.read more
Fraudster Sold Fakes on Facebook
The South Wales Argus website reports that a fraudster used Facebook to offload counterfeit designer t-shirts, branded with Moncler, Prada, Hugo Boss and Louis Vuitton.
Alex Parry’s house was raided by council trading standards officers who seized and subsequently destroyed the t-shirts.read more
Jail For Prolific Shoplifter
The Chronicle Live website reports that a prolific shoplifter with almost 300 previous convictions went on another stealing spree just days after being given a chance to go straight.
Neil Ganjel – now jailed for 30 weeks – was given a community order for 14 shop thefts but then continued to repeatedly target stores.read more