Grangemouth offender pinched a shopping trolley and garden chair
Anne Hyland (40) failed to appear at Falkirk Sheriff Court ont Thursday having pleaded guilty to stealing a shopping trolley and garden chair from the Ship Inn, Newhouse Road, Grangemouth on February 19.
She also admitted threatening behaviour in Poplar Street, Grangemouth on February 20.
Defence solicitor Gordon Addison stated he had not heard from Hyland, 17 Poplar Street, Grangemouth.
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"Which is a bit of a concern,” he added. “Normally it’s incessant.”
Sheriff Derek Livingston issued a warrant for Hyland’s arrest.