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Officers investigating thefts from stores in Portsmouth have charged a man with sixteen offences.
Jay Johnathan Steven Marsh, 29, of Fratton Way in Portsmouth, was charged and remanded in custody after being charged with 16 counts of theft from a shop.
The charges come following incidents in Portsmouth between 13 August and 7 September.
He was remanded to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates Court today (8 September).
The investigation was part of Operation Monster, which sees local officers in Portsmouth work with local businesses to tackle shoplifting and other offences against them.