Two cousins have been sentenced for a string of thefts from shops across the county.
Christopher and James Mongan targeted shops in Derby and towns including Chesterfield, Buxton, Matlock, Whaley Bridge, Tibshelf and Baslow.
In one day alone – December 12 2020 – they took more than £300 worth of clothing from Matalan in Chesterfield, £550 worth of alcohol and tobacco from the Co-op in Baslow and alcohol and tobacco worth £580 from the Co-op in Whaley Bridge.
The pair also stole from branches of the Co-op in Nottinghamshire, taking hundreds of pounds worth of tobacco and alcohol in November and December 2020.
They appeared at Derby Crown Court on Monday 21 March for sentencing.
Christopher (19), who is pictured here and whose address was given as a young offenders’ institution, was given a 12-month custodial sentence.
James (18) of Morley Crescent West, Stanmore, was given a community order where he must carry out 300 hours of unpaid work and a rehabilitation order.