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Lambourn woman Parris Gillespie accused of bank card fraud and handling stolen goods

A WOMAN has been accused of bank card fraud.

Reading magistrates held a preliminary hearing into the case against Parris Gillespie on Thursday, January 25.

Reading Magistrates' Court
Reading Magistrates' Court

The 25-year-old, of Close End, Lambourn, is charged with dishonestly undertaking or assisting in the retention, removal or disposal of stolen goods, namely a bank card in the name of Jane Price, by or for the benefit of Carl Gillespie.

She is further accused of dishonestly making a false representation, namely, that she was the authorised card holder, with the intention to make a gain, namely, products to the value of £26, for herself.

Both offences were said to have been committed in Lambourn on May 9 last year.

Magistrates adjourned the case until a later date when Ms Gillespie will be expected to enter pleas to both charges.

She was meanwhile released on unconditional bail.

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