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A man has pleaded guilty to causing over £60,000 worth of damage to a pub and a supermarket in Perton.
Paul Younger, 37, of Wordsworth Avenue, Perton, Wolverhampton, pleaded guilty to causing £58,000 worth of damage to 27 windows and two cash machines at Sainsbury’s in Perton on 30 March.
He also pleaded guilty to causing £5,000 worth of damage to six windows at the Wrottesley Arms pub in Perton on Friday (24 April).
Younger pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal damage at North Staffordshire Magistrates’ Court on Friday (24 April) and has been remanded until his next crown court appearance on a date to be set.
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