Two held in Bradford city centre shoplifting crackdown

Two held in Bradford city centre shoplifting crackdown

Two held in Bradford city centre shoplifting crackdown

First published in News

Two people were arrested on suspicion of shoplifting in Bradford as part of a continued crackdown by police on illegal activity within the city centre.

Officers arrested a19 year-old man at Marks and Spencer on Darley Street on Friday. He was charged and remanded in custody pending a court appearance.

A 35-year-old woman was caught shoplifting from Asda Living at Forster Square and issued with a fixed penalty notice.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: "Shoplifting continues to be a priority for the City Neighbourhood Team and we will continue to work closely with businesses to tackle the problem."

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