A THIEF has been jailed after stealing crisps and a razor blade from a supermarket in Hereford.

Sorin Tudor entered a guilty plea to one count of theft from a shop when he appeared before magistrates last month.

Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court heard from prosecutor Sarah Hurd that the 52-year-od had stolen crisps and a razor blade worth a total of £1,352 from Hereford’s Asda supermarket on March 23.

Tudor, of Daneshill Road, Leicester, was handed a six-week prison sentence for the offence.

He was said to have pre-planned the theft by travelling to the area with a foil-lined bag to use in committing the offence.


An order was also made for deprivation of the defendant’s rights, other than his vehicle, and the foil-lined bag was taken from him by the court.

He was ordered to pay court costs of £400 and a victim surcharge of £154.

He initially pleaded not guilty to the offence, later changing his plea and admitting his guilt.