Man is accused of stealing fragrance products worth over £11,000

Man is accused of stealing fragrance products worth over £11,000

A MAN is accused of stealing 'fragrance products' worth over £11,000 belonging to Abercrombie & Fitch.

Jordan McFall (36), with an address listed as Dorset Close in Antrim town, faces 18 charges including eight of theft; nine of conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation and one of converting 'criminal property', namely fragrance products.

The charges relate to 2020 and this year.

The specifics of the 'false representation' charges are that he 'conspired with another, namely a person unknown, to dishonestly make a false representation, namely that the items to be refunded had been placed into the postal system with the intention, by making the representation, to make a gain for yourself or another or to cause loss to Abercrombie & Fitch'.

A defence lawyer told Antrim Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena, the defendant now has a different address. It was not disclosed to the court.

The defendant was released on continuing bail and the case was sent to Antrim Crown Court for arraignment on December 7.