A George Town woman who pleaded guilty to 76 charges in the Launceston Magistrates Court last week has been granted bail.
Shannon Louise Brown, formerly known as Shannon Hayes, stole thousands of dollars of items from households and business across the state between August and March.
The 31-year-old's crimes include stealing fuel almost weekly between February and March, from petrol stations at Legana, Newnham, Riverside, Stony Rise, Branxhom and Pipers River.
She is also responsible for burglaries in Launceston, Miena, Port Sorell, Weymouth, Cape Portland, Tomahawk and Arthurs Lake, with police alleging more than $28,000 of goods were stolen by Ms Brown.
The mother's almost 100 charges include aggravated burglary, stealing, driving whilst not the holder of a driver licence and burglary.
Brown appeared before Magistrate Ken Stanton on Tuesday.
The thief will be released on bail on Wednesday morning.
She will reappear in court on June 6.