Court imposes five year ban on shoplifter
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A shoplifter has been banned from a range of businesses including BP at Notley Cross for five years.
Jason Horne, 36, of Cressing Road, Braintree, was made subject of a Criminal Behaviour Order at Colchester Magistrates’ Court on Monday, January 10.
The order bans him from entering a number of businesses until January 9, 2027.
They are BP Notley Cross, Texaco on Braintree bypass, and Braintree shops Tesco in Market Place, McColl’s in Panfield Lane, Co-op Star in Cressing Road, and Tesco Express on Coggeshall Road as well as Chelmsford Star Co-op, the Challis Lane and Rayne Road branches.
The order was granted after Horne was convicted of a number of thefts which took place in 2021.
PC Alex Plakhtienko, from Essex Police's Business Crime Team, said: “Shoplifting and theft can have a devastating impact on shops and businesses, and their employees, as they try to make a living.
“We continue to protect businesses by charging shoplifters and bringing them to justice, followed by Criminal Behaviour Orders to keep that person away from their livelihood.
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“Through our Open for Business, Closed for Crime campaign, we are working with businesses, encouraging them to report incidents to us.”