Judge Condemns Shoplifting FamilyTuesday, 21st October 2014 at 11:09am
According to a story from the York Press, a judge has condemned a shoplifting family who stole designer clothes and sold them online.
Judge Sean Morris heard Dawn Bainbridge and her two daughters stole clothes from high street stores and sold them via Facebook.
They struck in York, Knaresborough, Harrogate, Leeds, Bradford, Guiseley, Stockton, Bishop Auckland, Durham, Gateshead and Edinburgh.
“Designer Goods North East” took more than £7,000 in four months and kept detailed records.
In a note seized by police, daughter Caitlyn Bainbridge boasted of making £100 a week and dreamed of going it alone.
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