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A man has been jailed for a total of nine months following a string of theft and vehicle interference incidents in Aldershot.
Leonard Jones, 37, from Longacre, Ash, Surrey, was sentenced at Basingstoke Magistrates Court on Thursday 17 August.
He admitted four counts of theft from a shop after stealing toilet roll worth £107.91 from Bargain Buys on Wellington Street in Aldershot between June and July this year.
Jones also admitted one count of vehicle interference following an incident on Herrett Street in Aldershot in May this year.
He received a 12-week sentence after pleading guilty to those offences.
Jones also received an additional six-month sentence for being in breach of a suspended sentence which was imposed in January this year.
At the same court, Jones admitted theft from a motor vehicle, vehicle interference and fraud by false representation.
This breach brought his total sentence to nine months.
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