Derby man jailed for using stolen bank card to buy £400 of goods

Derby man jailed for using stolen bank card to buy £400 of goods
 

A 32-year-old Derby man has been jailed after he used bank cards, stolen from a car, to pay for goods in a number of city shops.
Overnight on Friday, September 16, two bank cards were stolen from a car that had been left unlocked in Arthur Street, Derby. These contactless cards were then used to buy £400 worth of goods from shops across the city.
READ MORE: Burglar broke into house while 91-year-old woman was asleep Craig Guy was arrested in connection to the incident and pleaded guilty to handling stolen goods and fraud when he appeared at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court.
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11 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 50
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