Prolific Cambridge shoplifter given two-year Criminal Behaviour Order and banned from local Co-op stores
A prolific shoplifter from Cambridge has been given a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order that bans him from local Co-op stores.
Scott Reynolds, 35, of Walnut Tree Avenue, Cambridge, was handed the order by Cambridge magistrates today (May 18).
It prevents him from entering any Co-Operative store in Cambridge within the boundary of the M11, A11, A505 and A14.
And it prevents him concealing any item in any shop within the boundary of the M11, A11, A414 and A505.
Reynolds is serving a 22-week prison sentence after pleading guilty to criminal damage, two counts of theft from a shop and two counts of assault by beating an emergency worker at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on April 8.
PC Leigh Browne, from the Cambridge neighbourhood policing team, said: “Reynolds is a prolific shoplifter. We hope this order will provide some respite to businesses in the city and beyond. Any breaches of this CBO will be dealt with robustly.”