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A pair of shoplifters have been banned from entering any shop in Cambridgeshire together.

Lookout and thief duo Trevor Pilgrim and Carmel Holland were sentenced to the two-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court.

Trevor Pilgrim, of Stanesfield Road, Cambridge, and of Whittington Road, Cambridge, have been given CBOs
Trevor Pilgrim, of Stanesfield Road, Cambridge, and of Whittington Road, Cambridge, have been given CBOs

Pilgrim, of Stanesfield Road, Cambridge, pleaded guilty to five thefts of more than £1,000 from shops including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, BP Garage, Forbidden Planet and John Lewis between July 2021 and March 2022. He was given a 12-month community order.

Holland, 34, of Whittington Road, Cambridge, also pleaded guilty to five thefts of more than £1,400 from the Post Office, Tesco, BP Garage, Forbidden Planet and John Lewis between July 2021 and March 2022. She was given an 18-month community order.

The order give by the court on June 14 states the pair must not:

  • Enter Tesco Milton, Co-Op Burwell, MICA Sawston and Post Office at Bottisham; or
  • Enter any shop that sells products of any sort in the county of Cambridgeshire in the company of the co-defendant.

PC Beatrice Ley, who investigated, said: “Pilgrim and Holland are well known within the retail industry across Cambridgeshire for shoplifting. The pair have a number of convictions against their names.

“We hope this CBO will put a stop to their offending and provide businesses some respite. Any breaches of this order could land the pair a prison sentence.”



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