Officers appealing to find man after two thefts from same Castle Street shop

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 8 September 2021

LEICESTERSHIRE POLICE have released CCTV imagery of a man that they want to speak to, in connection with reports of two thefts from a shop on Castle Street in Hinckley.

(Image: Leicestershire Police)

The thefts took place last month – and just eight days between each other – with the first taking place on the 12August and the second on 20August.

An estimated amount of £900 worth of items were taken from the store on Castle Street, which at the time of publication, remains unnamed by the police.

Some of the stolen items included pain relief medication and beauty products.

Today (8 September), Hinckley Police took to their official Twitter account, appealing for those who recognise the man in the photographs to come forward, or for the man himself to speak to officers.

PCSO Phil Wane, said: “I’d like to speak to the man pictured as I believe he may have information about both reports of theft.

“If you know who he is – or you are the person pictured – then please get in touch.”

Anyone who has information on either theft can pass it on by calling the police’s non-emergency number of 101 and quoting 21*452768 (12 August) or 21*470770 (20 August).

Alternatively, information can be reported to the police online here.

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