Woman is ordered to do unpaid work after admitting charges including theft

A Ballymoney woman has been ordered to do 120 hours of unpaid work after Antrim Crown Court this week heard she admitted a number of charges including theft from Lamont Fireplaces.

Jacqueline Roberta Hanna (53), of Castlehill Park, was dealt with for offences relating to between 2010 and 2013.

She pleaded guilty to stealing over £5,000 in cash, a flue pipe and six stoves from Lamont Fireplaces.

She also admitted fraud by false representation and falsifying sales records.

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