A SLOUGH woman has been convicted of stealing from three charity shops in Henley after failing to turn up for a court hearing.

Denisa Niculae, of College Avenue, Slough, was due to appear in court on Friday, May 28, but failed to show up.

At the hearing, the 19-year-old was convicted of stealing from three charity shops in Henley on Thames on September, 18, 2020.

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She first stole a blue t-shirt dress and pink lace-up pumps from Sue Ryder on Duke Street.

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Next, Niculae stole a blue dress, a child’s knitted dress and a child’s pink purse worth £16.48 from the British Heart Foundation on the same street.

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Finally, the 19-year-old stole a silver necklace and a leopard print shirt dress worth £14.99 from Cancer Research, also on Duke Street.

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Due to her failure to appear at Oxford Magistrates Court last month, the charges were proved in absence.

An arrest warrant has since been issued for the Slough woman.

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