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Mother of two, 29, who sold stolen designer Mulberry handbags to fund skiing holidays in Chamonix, spa days and fine dining is jailed for two years Mother jailed for two years after selling stolen handbags to fund her life of luxury Sophie Ingram, 29, sold the stolen Mulberry bags from a tanning salon she ran The ‘prolific shoplifter’ took photos of her stays in hotels and spas to 'show off' She was jailed after pleading guilty to conspiring with her partner to handling stolen goods at Leicester Crown Court

By Claire Duffin For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:04 BST, 20 October 2019 | Updated: 07:49 BST, 21 October 2019

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Sophie Ingram, 29, enjoyed holidays to the US, a skiing trip to Chamonix in France, a helicopter ride in New York, and had a house full of designer clothes and goods, a court heard

Sophie Ingram, 29, enjoyed holidays to the US, a skiing trip to Chamonix in France, a helicopter ride in New York, and had a house full of designer clothes and goods, a court heard

A mother of two who sold stolen designer handbags to fund holidays, spa days and fine dining has been jailed for two years.

Sophie Ingram, 29, enjoyed holidays to the US, a skiing trip to Chamonix in France, a helicopter ride in New York, and had a house full of designer clothes and goods, a court heard.

Ingram, who boasted about her trips online, sold the Mulberry bags from a tanning salon she ran. 

Police found another 17 of the Mulberry handbags, which had been stolen in a burglary at John Lewis in Milton Keynes in July 2017, at her home.

Nadia Silver, prosecuting, said designer shoes, clothing and thousands of pounds in cash were also recovered, along with a device to remove security tags from items.

She said: ‘Miss Ingram enjoyed a high standard of living with little or no income to speak of.’ 

The ‘prolific shoplifter’ had even taken

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