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A man has been convicted of theft after around £400-worth of tools was found inside a car in Cannock.
Hugh Nevin, 50, from Milton Keynes, appeared at North Staffordshire Justice Centre on Saturday (18 November) charged with four counts of theft from a shop.Just before 4pm on Thursday (16 November), officers from Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG) stopped a car on the A5 Watling Street in Cannock.Inside they found power tools and other items. The property had been stolen from a shop on Pit Lane, Kidsgrove, at around 2.30pm the same day.Nevin was arrested and charged with the offences. He admitted to four counts of theft from a shop in court and received a custody sentence of 40-weeks, suspended for two years.Another man, in his 20s, was issued with a conditional caution.We work proactively with road policing teams across Staffordshire to deter thieves, protect the public’s belongings and go after those putting others at risk on our roads.
Read more, here: Police welcome Commissioner to new roadside base | Staffordshire Police
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