About Siobhan Quinn
Siobhan Quinn is an angel investor who generally invests in young, emerging companies with a focus on funding and support for seed stage startups in the San Francisco Bay Area and NY. Quinn aims to assist portfolio companies through efforts and expertise focused on providing insight into social / real time / web publishing markets as well as support for product development and contacts.
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Jun 4, 2021
Siobhan Quinn (44) was given a four-month sentence after admitting raids on the city centre stores. There is no suggestion that her teenage daughter knew anything about the two thefts carried out on November 25 last year. Belfast Magistrates Court heard Quinn was spotted putting cosmetic items in a bag and leaving Boots at Donegall Place without paying. The stolen items had a total value of £513, prosecutors said. The defendant, of Struell Close in Downpatrick, was stopped by police at Victoria Square shopping centre. She also had two dolls worth £195 belonging to the Forbidden Planet store on nearby Ann Street. Daily Headlines Newsletter & Evening Telegraph Newsletter Receive today's headlines directly to your inbox every morning. Enter email address A Crown lawyer said: "She was unable to produce a valid receipt for those items." The court was told Quinn had committed a series of thefts in Northern Ireland since moving here from the Republic in 2017. Defence counsel Steven Molloy acknowledged the latest incident was aggravated by the fact it took place when she was with her 15-year-old daughter. But he stressed: "Her daughter wasn't involved. It was entirely her doing. "She made an early plea (of guilt) to distance her daughter from that criminality." Mr Molloy submitted that his client's offending stemmed from a troubled and dysfunctional background. "She has a bad habit which she doesn't know how to break," he added. However, District Judge Liam McNally listed a series of offences over the past three years. He pointed out that Quinn committed the latest thefts just a month after being put on probation. Imposing four months' custody, Mr McNally told her: "You've had many opportunities, but you keep stealing. "The time has come for the court to say enough is enough." Quinn was granted bail pending an appeal against the prison sentence. Download the Belfast Telegraph App Get quick and easy access to the latest Northern Ireland news, sport, business and opinion with the Belfast Telegraph App. Most Read