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Warrant out for shops ban youth.

A TEENAGER banned from every shop in Britain today faces being locked up after failing to make a court date.

Magistrates in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, barred 19-year-old Lee Howey from all retail premises as part of bail conditions after he was charged with stealing a pair of pounds 35 tracksuit bottoms.

Howey, from Fitzwilliam, Pontefract, West Yorkshire, failed to turn up at court yesterday. The magistrates issued a warrant for his arrest not backed for bail, which means he will now be picked up by police and held in custody to ensure he appears in court.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 1, 2000
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