Man accused of ‘refund’ fraud in Ballymena has case further adjourned

Ballymena Court

A MAN charged with fraud by false representation by allegedly presenting clothing which he had not purchased in an attempt to obtain a refund has had his case further adjourned.

Robert McCamley (35), with an address listed as Linenhall Street in Ballymena, is accused of offences involving clothing worth £125 at Wallace’s in Ballymena and clothing worth £55 at DV8 in the town.

He is also charged with the theft of a soundbar speaker and earphones worth £45 from B&M Bargains at Ballymena’s Braidwater Retail Park.

The defendant, whose defence barrister was Neil Moore, appeared at Ballymena Magistrates Court via video link from Maghaberry Prison.

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