Jedburgh: Man admits his part in Borders clothing shop raid

A MAN has admitted his part in a raid on a Borders clothing store.

Twenty-nine-year-old Andrew Clamp, of Hawick, pleaded guilty to a charge of theft by housebreaking at the premises of David Thomson & Sons Outfitters in High Street, Jedburgh, on November 6 last year.

Designer clothing valued in the region of £2,500 was stolen during the raid.

Another man has been charged in connection with the same raid.

Sentence was deferred at Jedburgh Sheriff Court for background reports and Clamp was remanded in custody.

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