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COURT LISTINGS: Banned from Waitrose for stealing £5,500 worth of groceries and nine windows damaged at Newark Castle Station

A THIEF who stole groceries from Waitrose on four occasions that amounted to thousands of pounds was handed a suspended sentence at court and banned from the store for two years.

Richard Penson, of Barnstock, Peterborough, pleaded guilty at Nottingham Magistrates' Court to four counts of theft and was handed a 10-month prison sentence, suspended for two years.

The thefts, committed over 13 days in June, involved goods, alcohol, meat and toilet rolls to the value of £5,520 from Waitrose, Ossington Way, Newark.

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