Former detailing employee ordered to pay restitution for burglary
GYMPIE, Australia — Antonio Tamihana Avellis, 42, has plead guilty to burglary and shoplifting charges after breaking into a detailing business he used to work for, according to The Gympie Times.
During the break in on November 28, Avellis damaged cars and stole equipment. He claims that the detail business owed him money.
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Avellis did a reported $7,654 in damages, which is roughly $7,200 in American dollars.
He has been ordered to pay restitution along with 200 hours of community service.
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