Monday, 14th December 2020
‘DO you recognise this man?’… That’s the query officers from the Staffordshire Police decision centre are asking after the theft of chocolate from the Bolehall retailer.
A nonetheless from CCTV footage has been launched in a mattress to establish the male accountable for the theft.
The Bolehall department to the Tamworth Co-op, on Amington Street, reported the theft which occurred at about 1620 GMT on Thursday 3 December the place chocolate value about £50 was taken.
Police now wish to communicate to the person seen within the CCTV picture from the shop (under).
He’s described as white, aged in his late 20s or early 30s, and about 5’4″ in peak. He had a darkish or ginger beard and a tattoo on his left hand.
He was carrying a blue jacket with a inexperienced, white and blue sample on, a black polo shirt with white trim on the collar, a black neck scarf, grey-ish denims and gray trainers.
You’ll be able to cross info to Staffordshire Police by calling 101, through their web site www.staffordshire.police.uk or through their Facebook or Twitter pages quoting incident quantity 263 of 4 December.
You can too report details about crime by contacting the impartial crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their Nameless On-line Kind at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No private particulars are taken, info can’t be traced or recorded and you’ll not go to courtroom.
On December 2 2020, Staffordshire and neighbouring county Warwickshire was positioned within the VERY HIGH ALERT (Tier-3) class for COVID-19