Woman fined Â£200 for shoplifting
A woman stole groceries and clothes because she was '˜finding it hard to make ends meet,' a court has heard.
Sinead Rodgers, of Glenabbey Street, pleaded guilty to stealing over £100 worth of goods from Tesco and Primark between February and June last year.
Defence solicitor Paddy MacDermott said the 30-year-old is a single mother ‘whose hands are very full and she was finding it hard to make ends meet’.
District Judge Barney McElholm fined Rodgers a total of £200 and imposed an offender levy of £15.