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Colchester: Police release CCTV images following theft in Co-op

14:04 30 March 2014

Police are asking if anyone knows the identity of the men pictured

Police are asking if anyone knows the identity of the men pictured

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Police have released CCTV images following the theft of food items from the Co-op.

The incident happened in Harwich Road, just after 9pm on March 4.

Two men entered the shop, filled a basket with goods and walked out with the basket without paying.

Police want to speak to the men in connection with the theft.

Police are asking for anyone who can identify the men in the CCTV images to call Pc Christopher Raynsford at Colchester police station on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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