Dolls worth over £2000 stolen from Asda
A man has been jailed for stealing more than £2000-worth of dolls from a Fife supermarket.
The toys, which were still in delivery boxes, were taken from an Asda store in Dunfermline by a serial thief to feed his drug addiction.
As a result, William Innes (29), from Edinburgh but currently in jail, appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
He admitted that on 6th October at Asda, Halbeath Retail Park, he stole a quantity of dolls.
Depute fiscal Alistair McDermid told the court the value of stolen goods was £2160. There was recovery of £720-worth of the goods but the rest were never found.
Innes is already serving a 12-month jail term imposed in Edinburgh in January.
The court was told Innes had a long-standing cocaine addiction which has resulted in numerous shoplifting and drugs offences.
Sheriff Craig McSherry imposed a six-month jail term to be served consecutively to his current sentence.