Carterton man admits hire shop raid

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In the Masterton District Court on Monday, Jack Ffrost, 19, pleaded guilty to one charge of breaking into the store on February 3. PHOTO/FILE
In the Masterton District Court on Monday, Jack Ffrost, 19, pleaded guilty to one charge of breaking into the store on February 3. PHOTO/FILE

A Carterton man has pleaded guilty to breaking into the Greytown Hire Shop.

In the Masterton District Court on Monday, Jack Ffrost, 19, pleaded guilty to one charge of breaking into the store on February 3.

Judge Barbara Morris asked for a probation report with appendices to be prepared before Ffrost's sentencing.

She also asked for a victim impact statement and reparation order to be submitted to the court.

Ffrost was remanded on bail until May 10.

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