Man denies £10,000 forest car park machine money theft

Grizedale Forestry Commission car park Image copyright Google
Image caption The money is said to have been stolen from Forestry Commission car parks at Grizedale and Whinlatter

A man has denied stealing more than £10,000 from car parking machines at forest parks in Cumbria.

Harvey William Davidson, 29, is accused of taking money from machines at Whinlatter and Grizedale. The charges relate to incidents between October 2013 and June 2014.

The £10,412 belonged to the Forestry Commission, Carlisle Crown Court heard.

Mr Davidson, of Portland Square, Workington, was released on bail and will stand trial in August.

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