A serial shoplifter who stole £400 worth of goods from a Longfield chemist in one hit has avoided jail, with a suspended prison sentence.
Kellie Ann Hiscock stole the items, which were worth £411.69, from the pharmacy in Station Road.
The Bligh Way, Strood, resident was sentenced at Medway Magistrates Court last Monday (October 26) after pleading guilty to five counts of shoplifting.
The 38-year-old also stole food, cosmetics and other items from stores in Hoo, Strood, Snodland and Cranbrook - between July 20 and September 20 this year.
She took £500 worth of stuff in three stealing sprees, in addition to an unknown amount of items from the shops in Cranbrook and Strood.
Magistrates sentenced Hiscock to 84 days in prison, suspended for 12 months, and ordered her to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work in the next 12 months.
She must also pay £180 court costs.
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