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  1. will do. I’ve read through the Uncivil Recovery document you linked, and with the examples I saw that most people had denied the shoplifting and that there were only claims. I was made to sign something and print my full name, does this change things? I’ll ask anymore questions before doing anything if I get a letter in the post
  2. Thank you so much for helping. I’ve never done anything like this before and I won’t again, I’ve learnt from this. Thank you again for taking the time to reply, I really appreciate it
  3. Hi. I want to start off by saying that I know how stupid it is to shoplift and that I will never do it again. I’m 16 and I made a mistake, it was an awful thing to do and I feel so disappointed and ashamed of myself. Earlier today I was caught shoplifting from Boots. Total value came under £20, I was asked to empty all my pockets and bag. I was shaking so much and I felt so ashamed of myself, I really regret taking anything, and not just that I was caught. I took a couple of makeup items that I wanted to give to my mum for Christmas. I don’t have any money to buy them for myself.
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