Police seeking three people in connection with theft of £600 worth of alcohol

Police seeking three people in connection with theft of £600 worth of alcohol

Police seeking three people in connection with theft of £600 worth of alcohol

Police seeking three people in connection with theft of £600 worth of alcohol

Police seeking three people in connection with theft of £600 worth of alcohol

First published in News

Police want to identify three men in connection with a theft from Sainsbury's, in Tofts Walk, Braintree.

The three individuals were caught on camera at the time £600 worth of alcohol was stolen.

All three suspects were seen to gather in the aisle before one of them selected items from the shelves and placed them in bags in his shopping trolley.

He then left without making any attempt to pay.

The man who took the alcohol is described as being of South European appearance, in his late 30s. He was at least 5ft 11in tall and was wearing a lilac shirt with dark blue tie, black trousers and black shoes.

One of the other suspects is described as a white man, at least 5ft 11in tall, with a round face. He was wearing sunglasses, a dark blue t-shirt, dark blue three quarter length trousers and light blue trainers.

The other suspect is also of South European appearance, at least 5ft 11in tall, with a skinny face. He was wearing a white shirt, black trousers with a black belt and black shoes.

Investigating officer, PC Chris Gould, said: "Only one of the men walked out with the alcohol but all three appear to have been together before the theft took place.

"If anyone recognises any of these individuals from the CCTV images I would ask them to call me at Braintree Police Station on 101 or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."

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1:43pm Sun 10 Aug 14

SOMETHING2SAY says...

****** HIC ******
****** HIC ****** SOMETHING2SAY
  • Score: -9

9:14pm Sun 10 Aug 14

TheBrotherhoodOfTheBell says...

Some of them came on channel 5 Benefis Britain and made it perfectly clear, that they would come here and engage in crime to get what they want, whether they could get legitimate work or not ?
We only have ourselves to blame on an open door policy.
In the EU yes but with limitations and a strict policy on entrance.
Some of them came on channel 5 Benefis Britain and made it perfectly clear, that they would come here and engage in crime to get what they want, whether they could get legitimate work or not ? We only have ourselves to blame on an open door policy. In the EU yes but with limitations and a strict policy on entrance. TheBrotherhoodOfTheBell
  • Score: 6

6:53am Mon 11 Aug 14

Con Spirito says...

Unload this imported trash now, and get out of the poisonous, money sucking dictatorship which is the EU. Vote UKIP in 2015.
Unload this imported trash now, and get out of the poisonous, money sucking dictatorship which is the EU. Vote UKIP in 2015. Con Spirito
  • Score: -3

12:55pm Mon 11 Aug 14

cmills says...

perhaps next time he steals something - it will be a shirt that fits.
perhaps next time he steals something - it will be a shirt that fits. cmills
  • Score: 5

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