Wellingborough man, 57, admits stealing £1,900 from Northampton General Hospital patient

Offender conditionally discharged after being ordered to pay back outstanding cash

By Kevin Nicholls
Wednesday, 24th February 2021, 11:28 am

A 57-year-old from Wellingborough has been ordered to pay back more than £900 stolen from a hospital patient.

Alexander Thomas McGinty, of Wilkie Road admitted taking money to the value of £1,945.12 at Northampton General Hospital.

Northampton Magistrates Court heard that £1,000 of the money had already been paid back.

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McGinty was discharged conditionally for 12 months but ordered to pay compensation of £945 plus £107 in costs and a surcharge to fund victim services.

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