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Teenager stole £100 before turning in bank card in Dingwall, Inverness Sheriff Court is told


By Ali Morrison

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A teenager appeared to play the Good Samaritan when a bank customer left her ATM card in the machine.

He handed the card in to bank staff.

But as Inverness Sheriff Court heard, 19-year-old Cambell Brett had actually used the card to take £100 from the woman's account before surrendering it.

Brett, of Fingal Road, Dingwall, admitted committing the theft on December 3, 2019 at the Clydesdale Bank in Dingwall.

Defence solicitor Clare O'Hagan said: "This was a spur of the moment decision."

Brett was fined £420 by Sheriff Sara Matheson.



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