Crook Took Daughter Shoplifting

Friday, 24th July 2015 at 7:02am

According to The Courier, an elderly crook admitted being responsible for shoplifting offences over several months along with his daughter.

His 76-year-old wife, Mary Keen, had also been charged by police with a series of shoplifting offences, but the case against her was dropped by the Crown as part of a plea deal.

George Keen, 76, and his daughter Lesley, 50, started their shoplifting spree by stealing perfume from Debenhams  in October 2014.  They returned to the store in March and carried out an identical crime before returning to Perth a week later and targeting five other stores in a day.

A police source said: “the old couple were quite smartly dressed and looked like butter wouldn’t melt in their mouth. They looked like they were about to set off on a Saga holiday.”

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