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Shoplifting charges for Ramsgate woman after beef and lamb joints stolen

A woman accused of pinching beef and lamb joints from town centre shops is due to appear in court.

Kelly Giles, 36, is charged with seven shoplifting offences committed across Ramsgate.

Beef and lamb joints are said to have been stolen
Beef and lamb joints are said to have been stolen

Items reported to have been stolen include beef and lamb joints, clothing and beauty products.

The time period stretches from March last year to January.

Giles, of Hardres Street, Ramsgate, has been remanded in custody to appear at Medway Magistrates’ Court today.

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