Shoplifting Haul Fills House & GardenThursday, 9th April 2015 at 8:47pm
The Telegraph reports that police found more than 1,300 pieces of stolen clothing, bags and shoes in a grandmother’s property in Norfolk.
Christine Carriage had filled her garden, garage, cupboards, bedroom and dining room and an eight-foot clothing rail was packed so full it had bent out of shape.
Around 340 items, worth about £5,620, of clothing and sundries for men, women and children still had price labels attached and many still had security tags.
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