Mystery shopper identified

Story by Ann Casey

Tuesday, 21st May, 2019 3:56pm

Mystery shopper identified

A young local woman has been identified as the owner of the shopping which was found abandoned in Kennedy Place, Navan last Tuesday.
Gardai had appealed for help in finding the owner of several bags of shopping which were found abandoned in a shopping trolley.
The supermarket trolley, which was laden with bags of clothes, toiletries and some perishable goods was discovered abandoned at Kennedy Place between 10-10.30pm on Tuesday evening.
Sgt Dean Kerins, Meath Crime Prevention Officer had described it as "a very unusual case" but today (Tuesday) he confirmed the owner had been established.
:"She is a young woman and isn't any trouble," he said.
According to receipts found with the shopping the owner shopped in Marks and Spencer, Centra and Oxfam and had paid in cash.
The trolley contained five big bags of shopping of mostly size six clothing including trousers and tops, jeans and runners and toiletries including a toothbrush.
Gardai examined CCTV footage and an appeal was put out on social media.

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