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Theft, Plymouth

Date: 08-Dec-2016
Time: 7pm-7.25pm
Location: Marsh Mills Retail Park
Area: Plymouth

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Police are appealing for the public's help to identify these two men in connection with the theft of sat nav equipment from a Plymouth store.

The theft happened at Halfords at Marsh Mills between 7pm and 7.25pm on Thursday 8 December.

Two men forced their way into a glass display cabinet and took five TomTom satellite navigation devices valued at around £775. They concealed the items under their clothing before leaving the store.

Officers would like to identify the men pictured in connection with the offence and anyone who recognises them is asked to contact the police.

 

 

Crime no: CR/86997/16
Officer no: 6924

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