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Prolific shoplifter Victoria Peters from Pennington jailed for eight weeks over thefts from Lymington Marks & Spencer and Co-op petrol station



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A PROLIFIC shoplifter from Pennington has been jailed for eight weeks after three incidents in Lymington in 14 days.

Victoria Peters (31), of Howard’s Mead, Pennington, entered Marks & Spencer on St Thomas Street in Lymington on 2nd November, when two bottles of whiskey valued at £64 were stolen.

Victoria Peters twice hit the Co-op petrol station on Wellworthy Road, Lymington (picture: Google)
Victoria Peters twice hit the Co-op petrol station on Wellworthy Road, Lymington (picture: Google)

On 12th November she stole £40 worth of produce and alcohol from the Co-op petrol station on Wellworthy Road.

She then returned to the same petrol station on 15th November and took items totalling £50

Appearing at Southampton Magistrates Court yesterday (Thursday), she pleaded guilty to the offences and was handed a two-month prison sentence.



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