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CCTV: Hunt for pair after four trolleys of groceries stolen from Lymington Waitrose





Police have released CCTV pictures of two men they want to find after four trolleys of groceries valued at £2,000 were stolen from Lymington’s Waitrose.

The store, on Stanford Road, was targeted between 10.40am and 11.30am yesterday (Thursday).

The first man is white, aged in his 50s, of average build with grey stubble and wearing glasses, a bobble hat, olive green top, dark blue body warmer, brown scarf and blue jeans.

One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington
One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington
One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington
One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington

The second is also white, taller than the first, of skinny build, aged in his late 30s, has brown stubble and was wearing a long-sleeved brown jacket.

The men drove off in a white Volkswagen Caddy.

A Hampshire police spokesperson said: “We believe the men in these images can help us with our investigation and would urge them, or anyone who knows their identity, to get in touch with us.

One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington
One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington
One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington
One of two men wanted after £2,000 in groceries was stolen from Waitrose in Lymington

“Also, if you have information about this incident, saw anything suspicious in the area at the time, or have any CCTV, mobile phone, dash cam or doorbell camera footage which could aid our investigation, please contact us.”

Phone the police on 101, or report online at www.hampshire.police.uk quoting incident number 44230520196.

Crimestoppers can be called anonymously on 0800 555 111.



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