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Man pleads guilty to £44,975 art gallery theft

A 40-year- old man broke into an art gallery in Stow-on-the-Wold and stole £44,975 worth of sculptures and paintings, a court heard.

Jamie Nash of Bristol Road South, Birmingham pleaded guilty at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on March 9th to entering Clarendon Fine Art Gallery as a trespasser on March 5 and stealing the items.

Nash was remanded in custody and committed to Gloucester Crown Court for sentence on April 12.

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