Reveller stole kit from cop car while they were investigating pub incident

A REVELLER stole police uniforms right under the noses of officers who were investigating an incident in a bar.

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Cheeky Andrew Stewart casually opened the driver's door of the unlocked police vehicle and helped himself to high-visibility force-issue jackets, police hats, kit bags and other items.

Two women witnessed the theft and went into Collier's Bar in Johnstone, Renfrewshire, to alert officers.

When cautioned, Stewart said: "You got me - it was just a laugh -there was a packet of Pringles too!"

Stewart, of Easwaldbank, Kilbarchan, 34, had sentencing deferred until January 30 next year.

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