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Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice A man caught shoplifting by police stole again the same day — after the officers drove him home.
Stefan Daniel said he had no cash to buy food for himself and his pregnant wife and keep a roof over their heads.
He took more than £ worth of groceries by targeting a supermarket in Dewsbury and then another in Huddersfield just hours later. The year-old was able to steal from the second store after the officers arresting him over the first offence wirral news dating him at his home and not the police station.
They left the store without paying for the goods, worth £, but they were recovered and the couple were detained by staff.
Magistrates were told that Daniel along with another male entered the Shorehead store at 5pm. They filled a trolley with £ of groceries then he headed to datând informații online self-service checkout and paid for £22 worth of food.
Daniel bagged these up and used the bags to cover other items still left inside the trolley which they pushed outside. The men were detained and all of the food was once again recovered.
Shorehead Sainsbury's In interview Daniel, aided in court by a Romanian interpreter, said that his wife was pregnant with their first wirral news dating and he had either money for rent or for food but not for both. He mostly took meat from the stores and said that this would have lasted them for the week. Rachel Sharpe, mitigating, said that her client had been in the UK for seven months.
He will still have to pay £85 court costs and £20 victim surcharge.