Thief, 34, sent to jail for his part in ‘rogue’s bar­gain’

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an­other per­son were cap­tured on CCTV cut­ting through pad­locks to gain ac­cess to a key box.

So­lic­i­tor ad­vo­cate Jim Laverty said We­ston ac­cepted that cus­tody was the only op­tion, but said his po­si­tion was, and al­ways had been, that he had bought the cam­era equip­ment from an­other per­son and was look­ing to sell it on to make money.

“It was, in ef­fect, a rogue’s bar­gain,” Mr Laverty said.

We­ston, of Lin­la­then Farm, ad­mit­ted that on July 15 last year, at Cash Con­vert­ers, White­hall Cres­cent, he re­set an iPod Nano, it hav­ing been dis­hon­estly ap­pro­pri­ated by theft by house­break­ing, and on July 22 last year, at the same place, he re­set a quan­tity of cam­era lenses, them hav­ing been dis­hon­estly ap­pro­pri­ated by theft by house­break­ing.

He also ad­mit­ted that on July 24 last year, at Com­mer­cial Street, he re­set a dig­i­tal cam­era, it hav­ing been dis­hon­estly ap­pro­pri­ated by theft by house­break­ing, while on two bail or­ders.

We­ston also ad­mit­ted that on Novem­ber 2 last year, he broke into the busi­ness premises at Econ­omy Car & Van Hire, Liff Road, and stole a quan­tity of car keys, while on bail, and that on Novem­ber 8 last year, in Lambs Lane, he pos­sessed heroin.

Sher­iff Lorna Drum­mond jailed We­ston for a to­tal of 30 months.

An iPod Nano, sim­i­lar to the one stolen, and right, Guy We­ston.

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