CCTV GALLERY: Suspected Stevenage shoplifters hunted

THESE are the faces of people police would like to speak to in connection with thefts from a shop in Stevenage.

The CCTV images were released this week following more than a half a dozen incidents at the Co-op in The Oval since July.

The details of incidents being investigated are:

• On November 5, a man stole a 12 pack of Stella lager from the store and left without paying. (Crime reference E1/11/7422)

• On October 15, a woman stole a four pack of lager before leaving the store without paying (E1/11/7072)


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• On October 15, a man entered the shop and stolen a four pack of Pepsi and a ten pack of beer before leaving without paying. (Crime reference E1/11/7071)

• On October 14, a man has entered the shop. He has put just over �20 of goods in his basket and then left without paying, taking the shop basket with him. (E1/11/6947)

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• On October 11, a man stole a four pack of beer before leaving the store without paying (Crime reference E1/11/6824)

• On October 1, a man and a woman have entered the store and took a chicken and some cheese before leaving without paying. (Crime reference E1/11/6590)

• On September 22, a man has entered the store and took a jar of coffee, skimmed milk and powdered milk and left the store without paying (Crime reference E1/11/6423)

• On July 8, a man filled a basket full of meat products and left the store without paying. (E1/11/4720)

Police community support officer Craig Rogers said: “Do you recognise anyone in the images? If you can help, please get in touch by calling the police non emergency number 101. You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

*Click on the link at the top right of the page for a gallery of all the CCTV images

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