Monday, 15 May 2017

Heathrow Worker Jailed For Burberry Handbag Thefts

A Heathrow Airport employee has started a twelve-month prison sentence for stealing thousands of pounds worth of designer handbags.

Matthew Coker, 46, of Priory Close, Bel Air Chalet Estate, Seawick, Essex fought the case, but was convicted.

He targeted high-value handbags manufactured by leading brand Burberry.

He was found guilty by an Isleworth Crown Court jury.

They found he swiped the highly-prized handbags twice over a two-day period two years ago.

Coker was originally charged with two counts of theft by employee, namely Burberry handbags valued at £6,350 and £3,350 on February 4 and 6, 2015.

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