A second man has been put behind bars after stealing washing products from a Southampton store.

Mark Coffin, 31, pleaded guilty to stealing £260 worth of clothes and £30 worth of meat and washing products on four separate occasions.

He was sentenced to ten weeks in prison.

It comes less than a month after Dawin Ward, 34, from Totton, was found guilty of stealing nearly £70 worth of fabric softener from B&M Home Store, and was imprisoned for 28 days.

Mark Coffin pleaded guilty to stealing the washing products a Southampton One Stop store and clothes from Peacocks, as well as £139.96 worth of PHD Protein from Holland and Barrett, breaching a conditional discharge.

The clothes and protein came in a theft spree that lasted three days in June.

The 31-year-old was also ordered to pay £115 victim services surcharge at Southampton Magistrates Court.