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Ipswich: CCTV images released of two men as police investigate shop alcohol thefts

15:53 20 August 2014

CCTV images issued by police in connection with the theft of alcohol from a shop in Ipswich

CCTV images issued by police in connection with the theft of alcohol from a shop in Ipswich

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Police want to speak to two men in connection with the theft of alcohol from a shop in Ipswich.

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CCTV images issued by police in connection with the theft of alcohol from a shop in IpswichCCTV images issued by police in connection with the theft of alcohol from a shop in Ipswich

Two men entered a supermarket in Stoke Park Drive around 6.30pm on July 1 and stole several bottles of alcohol.

The first man is described as white, in his early to mid-twenties, of a slim build with spiked black hair. He was wearing a blue and grey zip jacket, a bright pink top and denim jean shorts.

The second man is described as white, of a slim build and was wearing a straw hat and a bright blue t-shirt.

The incident is being liked to another one in Goddard Road between 7.30pm and 8pm on the same day.

Again two men have gone into the shop and stolen bottles of alcohol.

If you recognise the men or know anything about the incidents you should call Pc John Wood at Ipswich on 101.

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