A SHOPLIFTER stole beer, wine, salmon, sandwiches, scotch eggs, pork pies, Jaffa Cakes and more during a crime spree.

Jackson Cann stole the items from the Co-op and Tesco stores in Shoreham.

In total he raided the supermarkets 11 times in just over a month.

The 39-year-old stole items worth at least £430.

At Brighton Magistrates’ Court, Cann was put under a curfew between 6pm and 6am every day until later this month.

The court heard how Cann, of Garden Close, Shoreham, first stole beer worth £9.75 from the Co-op in Shoreham on July 28.


Then on August 8 he stole Budweiser beer from the store and on August 9 he took meat, fish and wine.

On August 16 he stole wine worth £100 from Tesco and again stole alcohol and salmon worth £36.50 from the store on August 23.

On August 27 he twice went to Tesco and stole £100 worth of wine.

Then in September, Cann stole meat from the Co-op on September 5 and sandwiches, scotch eggs and pork pies worth £16 on September 6.

On September 8 he stole steaks, sandwiches and Jaffa Cakes, while on September 16 he stole fish worth £50 from the store.

Finally on September 16 he stole a “whole box of Pepperami” worth £21.60 from the Co-op.

Cann was ordered to pay £110 in compensation and complete 30 rehabilitation sessions.

He must also pay a £95 surcharge and £85 costs.

The cash will be taken from his benefits.