Man charged after clothes worth £200 were stolen from York shop

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5 Jun 2017 @ 6.55 pm
| Crime, News

A man has been charged with theft after clothes worth hundreds of pounds were stolen from the York Designer Outlet.

Acting on a tip-off, officers from North Yorkshire Police went to the shopping centre on Saturday (June 3).

A 48-year-old man from Driffield was detained by security staff at the shopping centre. He was arrested by the police officers on suspicion of theft.

Suspected stolen items were recovered from a vehicle.

The man was subsequently charged with the theft of £196.55 worth of clothes from the branch of Joules at the McArthurGlen outlet.

He will appear at York Magistrates Court on Monday, June 19.