CCTV images released after watches stolen in ram-raid

Police want to speak to this man in connection with a ram-raid in Little Wymondley.

Police want to speak to this man in connection with a ram-raid in Little Wymondley. - Credit: Archant

CCTV images of two men have been released after vintage watches amounting to thousands of pounds were stolen in an early morning ram-raid.

Do you recognise this man?

Do you recognise this man? - Credit: Archant

Police would like to speak to the two men pictured following the raid, which took place at Andrew Charles Watch and Clockmakers in Little Wymondley at about 3am on Wednesday.

A jeep-type vehicle was used to ram metal shutters protecting the showroom located at the back of the building before thieves stole a haul of watches inside.

Det Con Steve Cook from the North Herts Local Crime Unit is investigating.

He said: “I am keen to trace the men pictured as they may have information which could assist with our investigation; if this is you, or you know who these men are then please contact me immediately.


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“I would also like to hear from anyone with information about this crime - no matter how insignificant it might seem - anyone who saw a jeep-type vehicle in the area around the time stated, or who has been offered a high-end watch for sale in suspicious circumstances.

“The offenders set off the alarms and would have made a considerable amount of noise during the break in – so would have attracted the attention of anyone in the area at the time or neighbours.”

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Anyone who recognises the men pictured or who has information about the burglary is asked to contact DC Cook via the Hertfordshire Constabulary non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference G1/14/2765.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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