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A judge has launched an astonishing attack on criminal Eastern European gangs who come to Britain to target elderly and vulnerable people.
District judge Bruce Morgan said he was 'deeply concerned' about the impact of criminals who arrive in the country to steal from innocent people.
His comments came as he sentenced teenager Ceca Dadic, who is believed to be a Roma gypsy from Bosnia, to six months for her 'despicable' role in trying to steal a 78-year-old woman's purse.
The 19-year-old mother-of-two admitted attempted theft as she appeared at Worcester Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.
She distracted her elderly victim by asking her advice on a cream cake while her underage accomplice tried to unzip the woman's purse.
Mr Morgan said Dadic was part of a criminal gang and added that he had dealt with six similar cases in the previous five days.
'I'm deeply concerned about the number of young people like you who I deal with who come from Eastern Europe, find addresses in Birmingham and then go to the neighbouring counties to commit crime.' The court heard that Dadic had been convicted four times in the past year of theft or attempted theft.The court heard that Dadic, from Birmingham, was in a Somerfield supermarket in Worcester on August 12 when she asked the elderly shopper whether a particular cake contained strawberry jam.Liam Finch, prosecuting, said: 'She asked her: "would my grandmother like it?"' Security guards then saw Dadic's accomplice try to unzip the woman's purse and called police.
Paul Stanley, defending, said Dadic was in Worcester for a cinema trip but had no money.He said a report which claimed she had shown no remorse and had a gambling problem was not true – and blamed the mistakes on translation problems.He said she was very sorry and was a mother of a two-year-old and a three-year-old, and was at college.However, Mr Morgan said: 'You say you are sorry – I don't accept that at all.