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Grantham court: Thirteen counts of fraud and £5,000 theft

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A Grantham man is facing thirteen counts of fraud by falsely advertising items for sale online and one charge of stealing £5,000 of items from his former employer Morrisons.

Thomas Cook, of Melbourne Road, Grantham, indiciated no pleas to the fraud offences alleged to have been committed against multiple defendents on various dates between August 2013 and June last year.

He is alleged to have falsely advertised items including car parts, razor blades and Summertime Ball tickets online.

Cook also didn’t enter a plea to the charge of theft by employee, for which he stands accused of stealing batteries and other assorted items between August 1 and September 15 last year.

The case has been sent to Lincoln Crown Court with Cook due to appear on January 19 and remaining on unconditional bail.


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