A serial shoplifter has been jailed after being caught stealing perfume, candles and sweets.
April Gordon was apprehended after hitting three Aberdeen city centre shops over a three-month period.
The 25-year-old targeted Debenhams in the Trinity Centre on June 25.
Fiscal depute Lynzi Souter said she stole £340 of perfume which was fully recovered.
Gordon went on to target Boots in Union Square, Aberdeen, on July 6, stealing just over £95 of candles.
Again the items were fully recovered.
And on August 13, Gordon struck at Farmfoods on George Street, stealing a quantity of confectionery valued at £3.
Ms Souter said the sweets were recovered.
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Gordon appeared yesterday at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for sentencing, having previously pled guilty to the three shoplifting offences.
She had also pled guilty to failing to provide information about the identity of the driver of a vehicle to police on March 12.
All the offences were committed while she was on bail.
Defence agent John Ferrie said his client had a drug problem and added: “She will take any opportunity to go on any courses she can.”
Sheriff Ian Wallace sentenced Gordon, whose address was given in court papers as Mearns Street, Aberdeen, to three months behind bars.
He also put six penalty points on her licence for failing to provide the identity of the driver.