A READING man will do 100 hours of unpaid work after handling stolen football kits belonging to Reading FC.
Andrew Biggs, of Wincanton Road, was given the community after admitting to handling stolen goods in court last month.
The kits were stolen from the Royals over three days in April 2020, but it is not known how much they were worth.
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Biggs, who is 49, was given a community order to work 100 hours unpaid following his guilty plea.
He was also made to pay a victim surcharge of £90 and costs of £85.
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Biggs appeared at Reading Magistrates Court on Thursday, April 29.
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