Probation report sought on woman who stole from Tipperary shops

Defendant took groceries and toiletries in separate incidents

Tipperary Star reporter


Tipperary Star reporter


Probation report sought on woman who stole from Tipperary shops

Nenagh Court has ordered a probation report on a woman who stole from two shops

A probation report was ordered by Nenagh Court on a woman who was involved in taking goods from two Nenagh stores.

Kathleen O’Reilly, with addresses at 16 Kennelsfort Road, Palmerstown, Dublin 20, and 3 Grange View Close, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, pleaded to two counts of theft before Judge Elizabeth MacGrath.

The court heard that Ms O’Reilly went into Applegreen service station, Birdhill, along with other individuals, on October 21, 2017, and left without paying for groceries valued at €26.70.

On July 6, 2016, she, along with others, went into Clearys garage and store at Limerick Road, Nenagh, and took toiletries valued at €300.

The court heard that the property in both incidents had not been recovered..

Solicitor Elizabeth McKeever, for Ms O’Reilly said that her client was 24 years old and had two children aged two years and eight months.

She asked that the court seek a probation report and that Ms O’Reilly be given time to come up with compensation.

Judge MacGrath agreed to her request and adjourned the case to December 13.