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A MAN accused of involvement in a £102,000 Pirelli tyre theft plot has gone on trial at Carlisle Crown Court.
Graham Wait, 57, is alleged to have conspired with another man, Mark Claxton, to steal from Pirelli Tyres UK between August 2013 and May 2014.
Wagon driver Wait has pleaded not guilty to the allegation and denies any wrongdoing.
At the crown court yesterday jurors heard evidence from prosecution witness Mr Claxton.As a result, he said he agreed to “unofficially” supply Pirelli tyres which he claimed were requested by Wait.These, he stated, came from a surplus pile in a corner of the warehouse for which there were no official records.“I didn’t expect it to be going on for as long as it did,” he said.“It was getting ridiculous.” Wait, of Mill Road, Bathgate, denies he was involved in the conspiracy. 4/29 8am-Noon Heberlig Palmer Park 131 Lincoln Ave.