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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Woman stole jewellery from Carlisle shop

A woman has admitted stealing jewellery worth £56.50 from a shop in The Lanes.

Amanda Jayne Norris, 30, of Close Street, off Botchergate, admitted taking the items from Claire’s Accessories on November 16. Prosecutor Pam Ward told Carlisle Magistrates’ Court yesterday how police were notified of a possible shop theft and found Norris in The Lanes.

Geoff Clapp, defending, told the court that Norris is trying to get her life back together.

She was given a suspended prison sentence in March by a judge at crown court and that was suspended for two years, so, she is in breach of that order.

The jewellery was returned to the shop,

The case was sent to the crown court where she will be sentenced on January 4.

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