A WOMAN from Rhyl has been jailed in relation to a number of shoplifting offences in Denbighshire.

Amy Redfearn, 27, of River Street, was sentenced to six weeks’ imprisonment at Llandudno Magistrates’ Court on October 23.

She pleaded guilty to all of her charges of theft, which were as follows:

  • June 23 – stole cleaning products worth £72.60 from One Stop, Ffordd Ffynnon, Prestatyn.
  • August 9 – stole too electric toothbrushes worth £64 from Superdug, Parc Prestatyn Shopping Park, Prestatyn.
  • August 23 – stole Coke, tobacco and cigarettes worth £52.75 from Bargain Booze, Vale Road, Rhyl.
  • October 5 – stole alcohol worth £76.25 from Morrisons, Marsh Road, Rhyl.
  • October 6 – stole bedding worth £62 from Matalan, Rhyl.
  • October 8 – stole three radios worth £350 from Currys, Clwyd Retail Park, Rhuddlan.
  • October 16 – stole a camera worth £49.99 from Game, High Street, Rhyl.
  • October 19 – stole an air fryer worth £129.99 from The Range, Marina Quay Retail Park, Rhyl.


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The total cumulative value of the items Redfearn stole was £857.58.

She will pay £795.58 in compensation, as well as a surcharge of £154.

Following her sentencing, District Inspector Kevin Smith said: "We are committed to tackling acquisitive crime including retail theft. 

“We are working with local businesses to reduce crime and making North Wales the safest place to live, work and visit in the UK.”