An Aylesbury man has been issued with a criminal behaviour order for anti-social behaviour while shoplifting.
Shayne Baldwin, 43, of Robinson Close, has been banned from entering shops in the Broadfields area of town under the terms of the order.
Baldwin pleaded guilty to four counts of shoplifting and was found guilty of a fifth count following offences in Aylesbury and Tring.
The order is in place until 9 May 2022 and under its conditions Baldwin
> Must not enter the mapped area (pictured) including all shops in Broadfields
> Must not enter the One Stop store in Meadowcroft, Aylesbury
> Must not remain on any land or premises having been asked to leave by the owner or occupier (or by someone acting on their behalf).
PC Dean Kingham of the problem solving team said: “This CBO was sought as a result of Shayne Baldwin causing numerous shops, customers and staff anti-social behaviour while shoplifting.
“Breaching any of the conditions of the CBO could result in a fine or imprisonment.
“I hope this order is seen as a warning to others and shows that we do not tolerate this kind of behaviour - we will act.”