Telford woman stole coats worth £280 from store in coastal town

A woman from Telford who stole coats worth more than £280 from a shop in a Welsh coastal town has been handed a conditional discharge.

The Millets store in Porthmadog. Photo: Google.
The Millets store in Porthmadog. Photo: Google.

Chelsea King, of Cecil Close, Dawley Bank, targeted outdoor retailer Millets' store in Porthmadog.

The 26-year-old took an OEX down jacket and a Berghaus jacket on September 29 this year, worth a combined value of £287.

King pleaded guilty at Kidderminster Magistrates Court to one count of theft.

District Judge James Hulse handed her a 12-month conditional discharge. She was also ordered to pay £211 in court costs, to be paid in monthly instalments of £20.

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