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Pulrose man admits stealing aftershave

Claims he intended to hand stolen item back

A Pulrose man who stole Calvin Klein aftershave from a shop later told police he was going to hand the item back, a court’s heard.


Thirty-two-year-old Dean Anthony Whitehead of Heather Crescent appeared before High Bailiff Jayne Hughes at Douglas courthouse.


He represented himself at the hearing, and admitted stealing the bottle, worth £17.50, from Lloyds Pharmacy in Anagh Coar on 27 November.


Whitehead was bailed to appear again on 30 January.

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