Ex-con broke into cars in Sutton and used stolen bank cards

Ex-con broke into cars in Sutton and used stolen bank cards
 

A Sutton man stole bank cards from parked cars and used them in order to survive after he was released from prison twice in the last six months, a court heard.
Carl Limb took a £350 hoverboard, and a bank card, from an Audi on Chapel Street, Sutton, and used to card buy £83 of goods from a local mini market, on July 15.
The owner discovered the theft when she found her handbag strewn across the road, said prosecutor Neil Hollett.
And on November 3, Limb broke into a Nissan Navarro, also parked in Sutton, and stole a Vanquis credit card, but it was cancelled before he could buy £29 of... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Regional East, Views: 34
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