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Email Two Romanian men allegedly linked to the organised theft of up to £25, worth of stock from phone shops acted out of desperation, the High Court has heard.

A judge was told one dating site robbery the pair raided an O2 store in Co Down for multiple high-value goods within days of arriving in Ireland. Iulian Marin 20 and year-old Alejandro Marcu were both refused bail on Thursday.

They were arrested by police investigating three separate stealing sprees at 02 branches in Banbridge and Armagh between August 31 and September Marin, of Dating site robbery Lodge in Dublin, is charged with all three thefts.

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Co-accused Marcu, with an address at Blanchardstown in the Irish capital, faces a single count of theft. In one incident, on September 21, four new iPhone 11 models were stolen just before the Armagh store closed for the day. Enter email address Sign Up Thieves entered and grabbed devices as the shutters were half-way down, prosecution counsel said.

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She told the court: "Police estimate the total value of items stolen in the three incidents, including damage to security tags, to be in excess of £25, worth of goods. Defence barrister Kevin Magill confirmed Marin has admitted two of the thefts, while Marcu accepts the charge against him.

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Both men were arrested following the latest incident in Banbridge - when £12, worth of stock was stolen. The court heard Marin has lived in Dublin since the age of four, but now shares a single room in accommodation for the homeless with his girlfriend and their child.

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He disclosed that Marcu only came to the Republic of Ireland on September 19 - eight days before the raid he is charged with north of the border. Counsel added: "He arrived here hoping to make a better life for himself, had no money and in desperation allowed himself to become involved.

She said: "I'm not at the minute satisfied bail should be granted on the basis of a risk of re-offending and a risk of flight. Most Read.