THURSDAY, SEPT. 27: Two men who tried to steal frozen ground beef and bath wash from Hunts will be sentenced tomorrow.

Devon Foggo, 41, admitted attempting to steal the meat, valued at $64 from Hunts Ltd on August 14.

His co-accused, Sherman Armstrong, 49, admitted stealing Neutrogena body wash from the same store.

The court heard on August 14, police were investigating a report of theft at the store.

Employees told them a group of males came in between 11am and noon that day and left the store without paying for items.

The whole incident was captured on CCTV.

Two of the men, Foggo and Armstrong, were identified.

The court heard staff confronted Foggo after he was seen with a bulge in his shirt.

Crown counsel Karen King told the court he then went to the back of the store and was seen on CCTV removing the bulge, which was frozen ground beef, and put it back in the freezer.

Meanwhile Armstrong was seen putting various items into his bag.

He then left the store without paying for them.

Both men were arrested.

Armstrong admitted taking the body wash but Foggo refused to give an interview.

Senior Magistrate Archibald Warner remanded the pair into custody until tomorrow morning when they will be sentenced.