Castlemilk man stole kids' clothing and cast iron railings in spate of thefts from cars

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Glasgow Sheriff Court
Glasgow Sheriff Court

A MAN stole children's clothes and cast iron railings in a spate of thefts.

Sean Taggart lifted clothes and work tools from two vehicles, Glasgow Sheriff Court heard.

On November 8, 2020 on Vancouver Road in Scotstoun Taggart stole from two unsecured cars.

From the first, the 26-year-old took a power tool and clothing.

From the second he lifted a box of cast iron railings, a bag and a quantity of children's clothing.

Depute fiscal Ryan Watson told the court: "The value of the goods was £100 and they were recovered.

"There was no damage to the vehicle."

The court heard Taggart's sentence had been deferred for six months to allow him to be of good behaviour.

But he had racked up other charges meantime.

Sheriff Allan McKay admonished Taggart, from from Castlemilk.

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