Police seek two men after Co-op burglary in Redbourn: CCTV images released
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Cigarettes and alcohol have been stolen from a Co-op store, after thieves forced their way into the premises during an early morning burglary.
Herts Police have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak with about the theft, which occurred between 12.55am and 1am on Friday, January 6, at the Co-op shop in High Street, Redbourn.
A police spokeswoman said that boards were forced open on a window at the shop, and several hundred pounds worth of cigarettes, along with alcohol to the value of £150 were stolen.
Police would like to speak to the men pictured as they may have information about the burglary that could prove useful to their inquiries.
Det Con Courtney Turner, investigating, said: “I am appealing for anyone who recognises these men to contact me.
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“As part of the ongoing investigation I am also appealing for a man, who I believe was walking his dog and passed the store around the time of the offence, to come forward as he may have key information that could assist the investigation.
“A number of cars also drove past the shop at the time of the burglary so I am appealing for any motorists who were in the area between the times stated, and believe they saw anything suspicious to contact me via the non-emergency number 101.”
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