Appeal after thefts at shops on Howard Way
News / Wed 13th Nov 2013 at 08:17am
POLICE are issuing images of people they would like to speak to in connection with some recent shop-lifting offences in Harlow.
A group of people walked into the B& M Bargains Store, in Princes Gate, Howard Way, and selected goods from the display including an electric heater, a wicker basket, a steam mop and some small electrical items.
These were loaded into a shopping trolley before they left, making no attempt to pay.
This happened between 2pm and 2.50pm on September 29.
The other happened at the Co-op, in Colt Hatch, at about 11.40am on November 2 when a man stole some joints of bacon.
Anyone who recognises any of the people in the images, or who has information, is urged to contact Pc Andrew Christian or his colleagues at Harlow on 101.
Alternatively, call independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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