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Theft charges denied

Oxford Mail: Theft charges denied Theft charges denied

A 29-year-old woman has appeared in Oxford Crown Court accused of stealing about £5,500 from a private jet aircraft company.

Grace Folan, of Bowood Court, Oxford Road, Kidlington, pleaded not guilty to three counts of theft from Hanger 8 Ltd between April and July last year.

She was released on bail on Friday and will go on trial on September 1 this year.

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