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CCTV released after stolen card used to withdraw thousands from Natwest banks including Lymington’s High Street branch





A Lymington bank is among those at which a stolen card was fraudulently used to withdraw a total £10,800.

Detectives are investigating the offences, which took place at the High Street NatWest, along with other branches in Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset, on Monday 22nd April.

This followed the interception of a bank card and PIN number in the post at an address in West Horsley, Surrey, between 15th and 22nd April.

Detectives want to speak to this man in connection with the theft and fraud
Detectives want to speak to this man in connection with the theft and fraud

CCTV images have been released of a man detectives want to speak to in connection with the offences.

People are being urged to come forward if they can help identify him.

DC Michael White said: “An investigation is underway to establish exactly when the bank card and PIN code documentation were stolen.

“As part of my enquiries, I have obtained CCTV images of a man believed to be using the stolen bank card and I would ask anyone with information about his identity to please come forward.”

The NatWest on Lymington High Street was among branches used to fraudulently withdraw cash (picture: Google)
The NatWest on Lymington High Street was among branches used to fraudulently withdraw cash (picture: Google)

Anyone with information should contact the force online at dorset.police.uk or by calling 101, quoting reference 55240077323.

Crimestoppers can also be contacted anonymously at crimestoppers-uk.org or on 0800 555 111.



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