Stolen fryer's a chip on the shoulder for Jacob

A YOUNG Gladstone man will stand trial on the theft of equipment from a Calliope fish and chip shop.

Jacob Ross pleaded not guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court to a police charge that he entered the premises and stole goods sometime between December 20, 2014 and January 11 this year.

Prosecutor Sgt Merrilyn Hoskins said police allege Ross broke into the shop and stole a table and chairs, a deep fryer and other food utensils.

Ross pleaded not guilty. Magistrate Penelope Hay ordered that he stand trial in the District Court at a date to be set.



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