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Ipswich: CCTV image released following thefts of tools from Felixstowe Road shop

15:43 13 March 2014

CCTV image following theft on Felixstowe Road

CCTV image following theft on Felixstowe Road

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Police are releasing a CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak following a spate of thefts from a store in Felixstowe Road, Ipswich.

Since December five thefts have occurred at the DIY store that are being linked by police. On each occasion tools were stolen with the most recent incident taking place at around 3.10pm on Saturday, February 22.

Items stolen include a Worx WX368 hammer drill, a Stanley Fatmax hammer drill, a heavy duty staple gun, water pump pliers, Stanley knifes, a Stanley drill, a Bosch cordless drill and a Bosch power drill.

Police are releasing an image of a woman who was in the store on Monday, February 3 when the theft of a Worx WX368 hammer drill and a Stanley FatMax hammer drill occurred. Officers would like to speak to her in connection with the incident.

The woman is described as white, aged in her 40s, of medium build, with dark/plum coloured hair and is approximately 5ft 9ins tall.

If you recognise the description of the woman, have been offered any of the tools or if you have any information relating to any of these crimes, call Suffolk Police on 101 quoting reference FE/14/274, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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