Liverpool woman banned from Rock Retail Park following thefts

A woman has been handed a three-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO), which bans her from entering Rock Retail Park in Birkenhead, following an investigation into thefts from shops.

Teri Wilson, 35, of Liverpool, was issued with the CBO at Liverpool Magistrates Court after she was arrested and charged with multiple incidents of retail crime.

The CBO, which will run until 16 June 2027, also bans Wilson from entering any Matalan, TK Maxx, and B&M Store in Merseyside.

Neighbourhood policing Inspector Nicola Hughes said, “Criminal Behaviour Orders are an incredibly important measure that helps us protect our communities from various offences, including anti-social behaviour and theft.

“On this occasion, Wilson had been involved in several thefts in the area and we have been able to secure a CBO against her in court.

“We hope this will not only reassure staff who work at local businesses, but also members of the public who live and shop in the area.

“Anti-social behaviour and criminality causes misery for members of the public wishing to go about their daily business.

“The neighbourhood policing team will continue to seek similar orders against those who seek to cause harm to our communities.

“Criminal Behaviour Orders are extremely effective and should Wilson breach the conditions of this order, she will be arrested, returned to court and may be jailed.

“I would actively encourage any members of the public who witness Wilson breaching her CBO or committing offences to report this to Merseyside Police to contact @MerPOlCC or call 101.”

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