Prolific Telford thief jailed after stealing designer clothes, washing tablets and booze

A prolific Telford thief who stole designer clothes, alcohol and washing tablets has been jailed.

Nicholas Smith, aged 35, carried out a spate of thefts in Telford in March.

He stole clothes worth £230 from House of Fraser, chocolate worth £65 from a Co-op, and Jack Daniels whisky worth £64 and washing tablets worth £117 from One Stop Shop in Trench Road.

Appearing at Kidderminster Magistrates Court, Smith, of Ley Brook, Oakengates, admitted four counts of theft and four counts of breaching a criminal behaviour order, which bans him from certain shops.

Smith was jailed for 12 weeks due to his "flagrant disregard of court orders". He was order to pay compensation of £117 to One Stop and £65 to the Co-op.

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