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Thief jailed for a year and banned from five Cambridge stores for five years

At Cambridge magistrates’ court, Ralph Allgood pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary and bike theft.

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Thief Ralph Allgood will need a ‘can’t shop here’ list when he comes out of prison after a court banned him from five Cambridge stores for five years.

Allgood, 36, of no fixed address, stole thousands of pounds of alcohol from various shops (and a bike) and has been jailed for a year. and banned from some Cambridge shops.

He was captured on CCTV breaking into the warehouse of Sainsbury’s in Sidney Street on 21 September where he stole some vodka.

He returned three hours later and took further alcohol worth a total of £3,500.

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At Cambridge magistrates’ court, Ralph Allgood was sentenced to a year in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary and bike theft.

At Cambridge magistrates’ court, Ralph Allgood was sentenced to a year in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary and bike theft.

Allgood was also captured on CCTV and by a member of the public stealing a bike from Fitzroy Street on 24 September.

At Cambridge magistrates’ court, he was sentenced to a year in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary and bike theft.

He was also given a five-year Criminal Behaviour Order not to:

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Enter Mill Road Co-Op

East Road Tesco

Petty Curry Tesco

John Lewis Cambridge

Eddington Sainsbury’s.

PC Alex Thake, who investigated, said: “Allgood is one of Cambridge’s prolific thieves. We hope this latest conviction will provide some much-needed respite to the businesses and staff across the city who have endured his offending.”

 

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