A man has been jailed for theft and other offenses in high street shops.
Fardin Farji, 29, of Christchurch Road, Worthing, has been accused of stealing a charger from The Range in Ham Road, Worthing, as well as four coats worth £194 from TK Maxx in Liverpool Road in October.
Farji was also accused of entering TK Maxx on Liverpool Road on July 25, October 13 and 14 – breaching a criminal conduct order – and taking a £350 bike from Goring Road on August 20 to have stolen
The 29-year-old was sentenced to 24 weeks in prison by Crawley Magistrates’ Court.
Inspector Sharon Sawyer of the Adur and Worthing Neighborhood Police Team said: “Farji was issued a criminal conduct order in August 2021 to curb his crimes and put him on the right track. The CBO was also devised to protect local businesses from financial loss as it had a history of shoplifting in the city.
“Farji was warned that failure to comply with the CBO’s terms could land him in prison, and that’s what ultimately happened.
“I would like to thank the numerous victims and witnesses who have come forward and allowed us to gather the evidence to secure this conviction.”
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23139680.worthing-man-jailed-theft-offences-tk-maxx/?ref=rss Worthing man jailed at TK Maxx after larceny and other crimes