Police release CCTV images after nine thefts in St Albans

Do you know this man? Police would like to speak with you about a theft on March 28 last year

Do you know this man? Police would like to speak with you about a theft on March 28 last year - Credit: Archant

Police have released CCTV images of eight men and two women they would like to speak to in relation to a series of historic thefts.

Although the nine incidents date back to over a year ago, Herts Police have launched a fresh appeal for help from the public.

They include a theft from an 80-year-old man on March 8, 2013, whose wallet was stolen on St Peter’s Street.

Over £6,000 was stolen from a woman in Morrisons car park on Hatfield Road, after a credit card was stolen by a woman on July 18 last year.

And on May 22 last year, £1,000 was stolen from an employee of City Food and Wine on Catherine Street.


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Also in the city, an elderly man fell victim to a theft in Sainsbury’s on Everard Close, when his credit card was stolen after being asked if he had dropped £5 on March 28 last year.

The same Sainsbury’s also saw over £600 worth of alcohol stolen on February 21, 2013, including two bottles of Martell Brandy.

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Then on July 16, a Sony Bravia TV was stolen from the supermarket.

On the district’s fringes, at Aylett Nurseries on the North Orbital Road (A414) , a woman stole a bank card and driving license from a handbag left unattended on April 30, 2013.

Over £80 worth of meat was stolen from the Co-op in How Wood, Park Street on June 25.

Meanwhile, at the Quadrant in Marshalswick, groceries worth £40 were stolen from Budgens on March 16, 2013.

PC Adam Wills said: “We would appreciate the public’s help in trying to identify theses people caught on CCTV. They may be able to help us with enquiries. If these images are of you or you know who they may be, please get in touch with us.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Wills on 01707 806213 or call the Herts non-emergency number 101.

Those wishing to remain anonymous can contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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