Men Sold Stolen Army Kit On EbaySaturday, 22nd November 2014 at 10:06pm
The Northern Echo reports that two military men who sold stolen army equipment on ebay have been handed community orders.
Alan Lovett admitted handling stolen goods in respect of a framed Scots Guards sergeant’s tunic, three utility kits, a ration pack, helmet and gas mask he was caught selling on the website.
His co-accused, Graham Martin, pleaded guilty to the same charge having supplied Lovett with a Scots Guards drum major’s tunic.
It was the most expensive item and said to be worth more than a thousand pounds, although the epaulettes on it were worth considerably more.
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