Dundee man accused of stealing two packets of biscuits from charity shop during break-in

Shelter charity shop in Perth Road, Dundee, after the alleged break-in
Shelter charity shop in Perth Road, Dundee, after the alleged break-in

A man has appeared in court accused of stealing biscuits from a charity shop during a break-in.

Ryan Mitchell, 37, of Hilltown Court, in the Hilltown, represented himself at Dundee Sheriff Court.

He made no plea during his brief, private appearance before Sheriff John Rafferty.

He is accused of breaking into premises occupied by homeless charity Shelter on Perth Road on July 31.


>> Keep up to date with the latest news with The Tele newsletter


It is alleged that he stole two packets of biscuits and a quantity of cash from the shop.

There was no application for bail and Mitchell was remanded in custody by the sheriff.

He was fully committed for trial, to be set at a later date.

Breaking