A Portadown man who stole £370 worth of groceries from Asda will learn his fate next month.
Court heard the 51-year-old accumulated this amount during eight incidents in less than a month.
John Wortley, of Lisnisky Lodge, pleaded guilty to eight counts of theft at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
It was heard the defendant stole approximately £370 worth of groceries between May 14 and June 7 of this year.
Wortley confirmed his plea and elected for his case to be dealt with in the Magistrates’ Court.
District Judge Bernie Kelly commented “very well” as she ordered for a presentence report to be prepared.
Wortley was released to appear again on August 21 for sentencing on the case.
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