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Ballymoney man convicted of benefit fraud

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A Ballymoney man was convicted at Coleraine Magistrates’ Court today for claiming benefits he was not entitled to.

Stephen Alcorn (32) of The Forge, claimed Jobseeker’s Allowance totalling £2,281 while failing to declare employment. He was sentenced to three months imprisonment suspended for two years.

He is also required to repay any outstanding money wrongfully obtained to the Social Security Agency.

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