Two-year ban from Liverpool city centre for theft from shop
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A man has been banned for two-years from entering Liverpool city centre after being given a Criminal Behaviour Order for theft.
Aaron Isherwood, 32 years, of no fixed abode was issued the two-year Criminal Behaviour Order at Wirral Magistrates Court yesterday, Wednesday 11 January.
He received the order for stealing from B&M Bargains in Clayton Square on January 9.
The CBO prohibits him from not to entering the area bounded by and including Dale Street (Queensway) up to and including Water Street, The Strand, Strand Street, Liver Street; Paradise Street, Duke Street, Upper Duke Street, Berry Street, Leece Street, Renshaw Street, Brownlow Hill, Copperas Hill, Russel Street Seymour Street, London Road, Lime Street, St George's Place, St John's Lane and Old Haymarket.
Community Policing Sergeant Charles Cottier said: “Theft from business is not a victimless crime as they have a huge impact on the community in many ways.
“Anybody who has intentions of behaving in an anti-social manner in Liverpool city centre will be dealt with in a very bold manner by our local policing team.
“Criminal Behaviour Orders are an effective mechanism in tackling anti-social behaviour and should Isherwood breach this order he could be jailed.”
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