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Cleator Moor man charged with alleged £40,000 theft

Carphone Warehouse, Penrith

A man that previously worked for the Carphone Warehouse shop in Penrith has appeared before District Judge Gerald Chalk accused of ‘theft by and employee’.

Jasper Connor Keith Pattison, 26, appeared at the North and West Cumbria Magistrates Court and gave his address as Aldby Place, Cleator Moor.

The accusation of theft is that between May 29, 2016 and May 27, 2017 at Penrith he stole cash to the value of £39,793.19 belonging to Carphone Warehouse part of the Dixons Group.

When the charge was put to him, he replied no-plea.

Pattison will next appear before a judge at Carlisle Crown Court on February 22, he was granted unconditional bail until then.

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