Images released in police information appeal
IMAGES have been released in a police appeal to the public to help track down a number of criminals.
Through its Identify scheme Gloucestershire police periodically releases CCTV images, wanted faces and e-fits so the public can ring with information to help solve crimes.
The latest crimes police are appealing for information over are as follows:
- At around 3.40pm on Friday October 26 2012 a man took a bottle of wine and a bottle of beer from a shop in Slad Road, Stroud and left without paying. Crime number 25932/12 refers.
- On Thursday December 6, 2012 at around 1pm six jars of coffee were stolen from a shop in Hesters Way Road, Cheltenham. Crime number 29556/12 refers.
- Between 7pm and 7.30pm on Friday December 7 and again at the same time the following day two men entered a DIY shop on Dudbridge Road, Stroud. On both occasions they stole six power drills valued at around £100 each. Crime number 30544/12 refers.
- At around 8pm on Monday December 17 a man took eight women’s quilted barber style coats worth around £400 from the shop at the Gallagher Retail Park, Cheltenham. He was chased by staff and dropped all the coats into a nearby bush, where they were recovered. The man ran off and has not been found. Crime number 30736/12 refers.
- A White Stuff branded wallet containing around £15 in cash, cards and a driving licence was stolen from a man as he stood in a queue outside Liquid Nightclub at around 1.15am on Thursday December 27. The thief ran down Eastgate Street and towards the Cross. Crime number 31210/12 refers.
- An elderly woman’s purse containing a large amount of cash and her pension book was stolen as she used a kiosk near the entrance to a supermarket on Bruton Way, Gloucester at 11.30am on Saturday January 12. Crime 934/13 refers.
To see the images click here.
Anyone who recognises any of the people in the photos should call Gloucestershire police on 101 quoting the relevant incident or crime number.
Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via crimestoppers-uk.org
Crimestoppers may pay a reward if information leads to an arrest and conviction.