Woman ‘Conned’ Self-Service Tills

Friday, 26th June 2015 at 10:05am

The Mirror reports that a mum conned Asda’s self-service tills by using reduced item stickers on full-price goods.

Claire Dunleavy used the cut-price barcode to pay just £15.66 for a trolley load of goods which should have cost her £69.02.

Staff become suspicious when the machine said she had scanned through 22 items of cheap bread which weren’t in her shopping bags.

Further investigations then revealed the mum-of-three had carried out the same scam on two successive days before she was caught.

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