A woman who was caught stealing nearly £500-worth of bedding from B&M in High Wycombe has been sent back to prison after failing to attend probation meetings.

Michaela Almond, 26, was given a four-month suspended sentence in May after she was caught trying to steal £487-worth of bedding from B&M in Aylesbury.

On July 21, Almond, of West Wycombe Road in High Wycombe, was brought back before magistrates after she failed to attend post-custodial supervision appointments.

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At Wycombe Magistrates’ Court, Almond admitted to failing to comply with the requirements of post custodial supervision, having missed meetings without a reasonable excuse on June 2, June 10 and June 17.

Magistrates opted to send Almond to prison for 14 days for the breach, with the offence aggravated by her record of previous offending.

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In May, Almond was also convicted of racially aggravated harassment, receiving a three-month suspended sentence.

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