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Officers investigating a theft from a shop in Portsmouth have charged two women.
Amy Mihell, 28 and Poppy Cadman, 26, both of Sandringham Road, Portsmouth, have been charged with theft from a shop and for contravening the coronavirus restrictions.
Miss Mihell was also charged with using threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour.
It comes after officers received reports of a theft from the Co-op store in Albert Road, just after 10.30am yesterday (April 8), where a quantity of meat and washing detergent was stolen.
The two women are due to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates Court today (April 9).
We want residents and businesses to know that our work to tackle crime continues during these challenging times and we will take action to protect our communities and make them safer.
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