A WOKINGHAM man has been banned from The Lexicon and other stores in Bracknell while he awaits trial for alleged shoplifting.

Mr Steven Scott, of London Road, faces a string of theft charges including stealing body spray from Lightfoots filling station and alcohol from Marks and Spencer.

At a hearing at Reading Magistrates Court, Mr Scott pleaded guilty to one charge -- namely stealing £170 of baby formula from Boots in Bracknell on January 18, 2020.

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However, the 47-year-old has pleaded not guilty to four of the charges of theft after he was accused of stealing baby formula, cough mixture, alcohol and other items from Lightfoots filling station in Bracknell on three separate occasions in November 2019.

The Lexicon, Bracknell

The Lexicon, Bracknell

He also pleaded not guilty to shoplifting £166 worth of booze from Marks and Spencer in Reading in September 2019.

Mr Scott has been remanded on bail until September 14, and is next expected to appear at Reading Magistrates Court for a further hearing.

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Until then, he is not allowed to enter Budgens, Lightfoots filling station, Boots, The Lexicon, Superdrug in Bracknell, or Marks and Spencers in Earley.