Police officer sacked for not paying full price for Jaffa Cakes at station tuck shop

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A police officer has been sacked after taking two packets of Jaffa Cakes from a station tuck shop without paying full price.

PC Chris Dwyer, 51, paid just 10p for the chocolate-covered treats but claimed he had paid the correct amount of £1 when challenged by a colleague.

He then "change and embellish" his story when quizzed about it and said he could not remember what coins he had placed in the charity tin at Halifax police station.

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