A thief was caught trying to steal perfume worth hundreds of pounds in a bid to fund her drug habit.
Debenhams has secured an extra £50 million of funding to help the department store win over customers in the run up to Christmas, the company has announced.
A man has denied stealing sunglasses from Debenhams.
Ross Mitchell, of Hilltown Court, was jailed for more than 20 months for a string of thefts.
Debenhams’ rescue deal with landlords to cut rents and close 50 stores is legal, a judge has ruled.
Sentence was deferred on a woman who stole over £750 worth of fragrances.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley is funding a legal challenge to a deal which rescued Debenhams from administration in order to “eliminate a competitor”, the High Court has heard.
A man who stole NHS ID cards from a hospital and later nicked clothes and booze has blamed the new Universal Credit benefit for his first offending in six years.
A man who stole more than £390 of goods from stores in Dundee will be given time to work on his drug problems before being sentenced.
Ted Baker has dumped Debenhams for high street rival Next as its fashion partner for selling its children’s range of clothing and accessories.
A trial has been fixed for a man accused of stealing clothing from Debenhams.
Debenhams has appointed a turnaround expert to lead the business, as it prepares to close stores and rebuild performance after being put into administration earlier this year.
Fife Council’s economy convener said the local authority was “100% committed” to helping Kirkcaldy town centre grow following news of Debenhams’ closure.
Debenhams has announced that it will close 22 stores early next year, putting 1,200 jobs at risk.
Debenhams has been placed into administration and the retailer’s lenders have seized control of the company.
A woman who stole a pair of earrings to “make herself feel a bit prettier” had sentence further deferred.
Sentence was deferred on a woman who stole a pair of earrings to “make herself feel a bit prettier”.
Staff at a Dundee department store have admitted they are worried about the future after the company announced plans to close 50 of its branches.
A man has been remanded in custody after admitting a shoplifting charge.
John West, 46, of the Salvation Army Hostel on Ward Road, was sentenced after he admitted stealing clothing.