Camden thief will be banned from stations after jail

PUBLISHED: 11:28 08 October 2010 | UPDATED: 12:30 08 October 2010

Kelly Vigors

Kelly Vigors


A THIEF from Camden has been jailed for 18 months and will be banned from entering any major stations in London for three years once released.

Unemployed drug addict Kelly Vigors, 32, stole £1,500 from passengers at London rail stations, targeting women eating in food courts and stealing items including iPods and mobile phones.

Blackfriars Crown court heard how Vigors stole four handbags, striking three times at Euston and once at St Pancras between May and July this year.

Under the terms of the Asbo, Vigors will be banned from loitering or entering any of London’s nine main hub stations - Paddington, Marylebone, Euston, St Pancras International, King’s Cross, Liverpool Street, Waterloo, London Bridge and Victoria - unless she is passing through via the Underground or is in possession of a valid ticket to travel.

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