Tunisian man handed suspended sentence for theft
A Tunisian man pleaded guilty to committing three separate thefts from Pavi Supermarket in Qormi.
Kamel Kasem, was handed a five-month prison sentence, suspended for two months for the thefts, which occurred in the months of August, October and November this year.
The court was informed that a majority of the stolen items were returned to the supermarket, with the exception of €58.73 worth of goods.
Defence lawyer Gianluca Cappitta told the court that his client, who is a fisherman, was a first-time offender and that his client would pay back the remaining amount stolen.
The court ordered Kasem to pay Pavi Supermarket the outstanding balance.