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David Bryan Emblem, 38, of Ashford Crescent, Hythe, has been sentenced for two shoplifting offences.
After pleading guilty to the offences, Emblem was yesterday (Wednesday 4 October) sentenced at Southampton Magistrates’ Court.
Emblem received a community order, a rehabilitation activity requirement and must pay a victim surcharge of £114.
The incidents, for which he was sentenced, happened at two shops in Dibden Purlieu.
One occurred in Sizer Way on 1 September, while the other theft took place in Beaulieu Road on 17 September.
On both occasions, large quantities of meat were stolen.
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