A HAMPSHIRE man has been fined for a series of thefts of letters and parcels.

Arron John White, 40, of North Hill Close, Winchester, had denied the offences but was convicted after a trial at Basingstoke Magistrates Court.

The offences were:

November 14, at Keats Court stole a plant valued at £12 from Lily Murphy;

November 22, at Egbert Road, Hyde, stole a rugby ball valued at £12.49 from a Nigel Bowdery;

Between December 1-26, at Fairfield Road, Fulflood, stole a parcel containing a DVD box set valued at £40 from Steven Willis;

Between December 1-4, at Fairfield Road, Fulflood, stole a parcel belonging to Suzanne Payne;

on May 11 2018 at St Paul's Hill stole tile samples valued at £20 from Charlotte Murrell;

Between July 1-December 12, at Romsey Road stole post containing a card of unknown value from a minor;

November 19, at Sarum Close stole a delivery of fresh food from Charles Tilley;

October 11, at Sarum Close stole a parcel of children's clothing valued at £91 from Charles Tilley;

October 1, on Romsey Road stole a parcel containing 25kg of salt from Helen Pemble.

In total White was fined £162 with a £30 victim surcharge and £100 costs.

There were no orders for compensation because of insufficient information supplied by the Crown Prosecution Service.