A THIEF who works for a multi-national company stole hundreds of pounds worth of goods from a supermarket.
At Wrexham Magistrates’ Court 39-year-old Dylan Jan Walters, of Vernon Street, Wrexham, pleaded guilty to three charges of stealing from Morrisons in Ruthin Road.
The haul included goods worth £348.96 on September 25, £343.97 on September 26 and £276.64 on October 5.
Walters was accused of carrying out the thefts with a woman, who is due to face similar charges in court at a later date.
For the prosecution Matthew Ellis said the spree of thefts was spotted from a review of CCTV footage after a number of electrical items were unaccounted for at the store.
Bethan Jones, defending, said Walters was ashamed and embarrassed to be in front of the court for such matters.
“He is a man filled with dread for today, and has been for some considerable time,” she said.
Miss Jones said Walters worked for an unnamed multi-national company.
She said as a result of the case Walters’ life was in tatters.
He was fined £215 for each theft – amounting to £645 – and ordered to pay compensation of £346.
He was also ordered to pay £85 costs and a surcharge of £22.