An Aberdeen woman has admitted stealing almost £300 of goods from Boots.
Carly Stafford, 30, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday in relation to the offence, which took place on February 8.
Stafford pled guilty to stealing an electrical item and a cosmetic item from the Boots store in Aberdeen’s Bon Accord Centre.
The offence was committed while Stafford was on bail.
She also admitted driving without a licence or insurance on March 7 at the Shell Cocket Hat filling station.
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Fiscal depute Kelly Mitchell said the items stolen were valued at £286 and that they were not recovered.
Defence agent Neil McRobert asked for sentence to be deferred for reports and reserved mitigation for the next calling of the case.
Sheriff Philip Mann deferred sentence on Stafford, whose address was given as Ashgrove Gardens South, until later this month to call alongside other matters.