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Police release CCTV image of Sayers Common shop burglary suspect

News   •   Mar 04, 2019 14:53 GMT

Police want to speak to this man in relation to a break in at Sayers Common Shop in Sayers Common last month.

A suspect who was captured on CCTV used a hammer to smash the window of the shop based at Sayers Common Village Hall in London Road at about 4.30am on Tuesday 26 February. He went in and stole a quantity of cigarettes worth about £300 and caused £500 worth of damage to the shop.

The intruder is described as white and was wearing a light coloured hoody and dark trousers.

PC Samuel Kingstone said: "We would like anyone who recognises the man to get in touch with us. We would also to like to hear from any witnesses or anyone with any information about the burglary."

Contact police online or ring 101 quoting serial 159 of 26/02.

Author: Michelle Tugwell
Ref: SXP54296/2019

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