Thief told to stay at home

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A THIEF who stole four bottles of vodka and a packet of Rolos has been ordered to stay at home under a curfew.

Gareth Crowle will have to wear an electronic tag and cannot leave his home in Ireland Way, Waterlooville, between 7pm and 7am for two weeks.

The 22-year-old was given the curfew after pleading guilty to theft at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court.

He admitted stealing the items from Asda in Havant on May 7.

Crowle was also told to pay £50 in court costs.