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Man identified following CCTV appeal after cashpoint theft at Tesco in Martlesham

PUBLISHED: 11:52 14 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:19 21 December 2017

Tesco at Martlesham Heath. Picture: ALEX FAIRFULL

Tesco at Martlesham Heath. Picture: ALEX FAIRFULL

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Police have identified a man sought in connection with a theft from a Tesco cashpoint in Martlesham following a CCTV appeal.

The incident happened at around 8.15pm on Thursday, October 5, at the Tesco store in Anson Road Martlesham.

A man had taken a sum of cash from the cashpoint which had been dispensed for a previous customer who had forgotten to take their money.

It has not been disclosed how much money was withdrawn and taken.

Following a CCTV appeal the man has now been identified and is being spoken to by officers.

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