More CCTV images released of man in connection with thefts from Royston and Hitchin pubs

CCTV footage of the man in the Froth and Elbow pub in High Street, Dunstable,

CCTV footage of the man in the Froth and Elbow pub in High Street, Dunstable, - Credit: Archant

Police have released more CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to following a series of thefts from pubs across four counties including the Green Man in Royston and Rose and Crown in Hitchin.

Police would like to speak to this man.

Police would like to speak to this man. - Credit: Archant

Officers believe the same man is responsible for each of the incidents, and police are calling on the public to help trace the man pictured.

The first occurred on September 26 at about 1.40pm when a man went into the Green Man in Market Hill, Royston, and stole a small amount of money from the flat upstairs.

Between 10.50am and 11.20am on September 29, a man is believed to have entered the Froth and Elbow pub in High Street, Dunstable, and made his way upstairs where he stole a quantity of money.

At about 10.15am on Tuesday, November 10, a theft occurred at Rose and Crown in Market Place, Hitchin. The offender went into the premises through a side door, went behind the bar and stole hundreds of pounds which had been left on the till.

Have you seen this man? Police would like to speak to him about a theft of money from the Rose and C

Have you seen this man? Police would like to speak to him about a theft of money from the Rose and Crown pub in Hitchin. - Credit: Archant


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At about 10.45am on Friday, January 8, £1,300 was taken from The Kings Arms in St Mary’s Street, Ely.

The offender entered the pub through a side door before going into the dwelling part of the property, taking the money then leaving through the same door. £700 of the cash was for charity which had been raised through a pub quiz, and the remaining £600 was to pay staff wages.

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Officers would like to speak with the man pictured in connection with the incidents. If you can help identify him or have any information which could assist officers, then contact your local force on 101.

Alternatively, you can contact the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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