Theft in St Albans supermarket

PUBLISHED: 10:06 10 August 2012

CCTV footage of man police want to speak to

CCTV footage of man police want to speak to

Archant

HERTS police have today, Friday, released CCTV images in relation to a theft in a St Albans supermarket.

The theft took place at Sainsbury’s in Everard Close St Albans on Monday July 23 at 6.30pm.

A man was at the customer service desk when another man was seen picking up his wallet and place it in his pocket.

Officers would like to talk with the man seen in the CCTV as part of their inquiries and are asking anyone who recognises him to contact Herts Police on the non-emergency number 101.

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