A man who damaged the window of an Enniskillen town centre shop has been given a custodial sentence.

Wiktor Kalinowski (23), with an address of HM Prison, Maghaberry, was convicted of criminal damage at Enniskillen Magistrates Court on Monday, May 15 in relation to an incident on November 13, 2021.

Kalinowski is currently serving a prison sentence for separate offences and the court was told he will be deported once his prison term comes to an end.

The court heard police received a report from B&M in the Diamond, Enniskillen of damage to the shop's window.

The suspect, Kalinowski, was seen on CCTV footage damaging the window at around 6.59am. He was identified by police, who were familiar with him, and was arrested.

Kalinowski's barrister, Ciaran Roddy, told the court his client had received an 18-month sentence in September, 2022, at Dungannon Crown Court and Kalinowski was awaiting deportation.

He said more custody would delay that. Mr. Roddy asked the court to give his client credit for his early guilty plea.

He also said if this case had been brought to court contemporaneously with other cases involving the defendant, the court would be treating it as a "totality exercise", and the matter would not have unduly delayed his release from prison.

District Judge Alana McSorley handed Kalinowski a two-month prison sentence for criminal damage, to run concurrently with his existing custodial sentence.