Man charged with shoplifting £500 of goods from Lidl in Salisbury

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1:33pm 15th January 2018

A Salisbury man's been charged with stealing hundreds of pounds worth of goods from Lidl.

Duncan James Chaney was arrested on Saturday (13th January) following a report of shoplifting at the store at Bourne Retail Park (pictured here).

The 37 year old, of Fotherby Crescent, has been charged with theft to the value of £513.44.

Mr Chaney was refused bail and is due in court today (Monday 15th January).

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