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Sentence deferred for thief who stole charity boxes after breaking into Inverness supermarket

By Ali Morrison

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Inverness Justice Centre.
Inverness Justice Centre.

An Inverness man who broke into an Inverness supermarket and stole its charity boxes will be sentenced next month.

Shaun Mackenzie (44), of Academy Street, admitted breaking into the Co-op in Telford Street on May 28, 2020 and stealing the boxes, plus a quantity of cigarettes and alcohol.

Defence solicitor Willie Young told Inverness Sheriff Court that his client was already subject to a court order and a background report would be required.

Sentence was deferred until August 19 and Mackenzie’s bail was continued.

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