Prolific thief is jailed for stealing from shops

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A WOMAN who has more than 30 previous convictions for theft has been jailed for 222 days for her latest string of offences.

Prolific thief Charlee Frost admitted stealing hundreds of pounds worth of goods when she appeared at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court.

The 25-year-old stole two pet carriers from Pets at Home, at the Solent retail park,and 10 pairs of flip-flops worth £150 from New Look, both in Havant.

She then returned to the New Look store, in Greywell Road, a couple of weeks later and stole £110 worth of clothes.

The next day she stole £140 worth of make-up from Boots in Park Parade, Havant.

The court heard Frost, of Laburnum Road, Waterlooville, had 32 previous convictions for theft.

The court was also told that she was on bail for another matter at the time of the offences.