A Moulton woman is to face trial after she denied stealing a bank card and £550 cash from a Spalding pensioner.
Maria Pridmore (35) pleaded not guilty to three charges of theft when she appeared at Lincoln Crown Court today (Friday).
Pridmore denies that she stole a bank card and pin number belonging to the senior citizen on May 28 this year.
She also pleaded not guilty to theft of £250 cash and £300 cash belonging to the OAP on May 28 and 29.
Judge Michael Heath adjourned the case for trial on a date to be fixed in the New Year.
Pridmore, of West Cobgate, Moulton, Spalding, was granted conditional bail. She is not allowed to contact the alleged victim or go to Woolram Wygate in Spalding.