Grantham court: Cheese thefts from Co-op

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The case against two men accused of stealing food from the Co-op on Princess Drive, Grantham, has been put back to May 12.

Paul Andrew Kavanagh, 32, of Kinoulton Court, Grantham, and Andrew David Robinson, 26, of Water Lane, Ancaster, both pleaded guilty to five counts of theft from the store in February at an earlier hearing.

They are accused of stealing 10 packs of Cathedral City cheese worth £25 on February 17, stealing a quantity of cheese also on February 17, stealing food worth £33.24 on February 19, stealing four packets of cheese worth £22.50 on February 23 and stealing two joints of meat worth £25 on February 26.

Both men are on bail on condition they do not enter either of the Co-op stores on Princess Drive and Dysart Road, and attend probation appointments.