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A MAN who stole from a betting shop has been told to do unpaid work.

Wesley Page, 33, of Spenlow Close, Buckland, admitted stealing £400 from Ladbrokes in Queen Street, Portsmouth, on September 8. He was told to do 60 hours of unpaid work and pay £400 compensation by Fareham magistrates.