Officers identify individuals they wanted to talk to in connection with medication theft

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 26 August 2021

POLICE OFFICERS have identified two individuals who they were trying to speak to in connection with £400 worth of medication being stolen from a Castle Street-based premises in Hinckley town centre late last month (26 July).

The two people who police wanted to identify (Image: Leicestershire Police)

As the Free Press reported earlier this week, Leicestershire Police launched a public appeal on Monday to find the two individuals who drove off from a Stockwell Head-based car park.

The public appeal asked members of the public to come forward if they recognised them or knew any information that could identify them.

Luckily, just three days later, at 10am this morning (26 August), the force took to their official Twitter account to thank members of the public for their help, announcing that the individuals had been identified.

The social media statement reads: “Thank you! On Monday we put an appeal out to identify two people we wanted to speak to in connection with the theft of medication from a business premises on Castle Street, Hinckley.

“We have now identified the two individuals. Thank you to everyone who got in touch.”

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