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Police hunting thieves who distracted a man in his 90s and took his bank card at Morrisons car park in Sutton Road, Maidstone release CCTV images

13 February 2014

Police investigating a distraction theft in Maidstone have released images of three people they want to speak to. 

The female suspect police want to trace

The female suspect police want to trace

The incident happened on Thursday, November 28, in the car park at Morrisons in Sutton Road.

However, police have only just released details of the crime.

 

CCTV images of three people have been released by police

CCTV images of three people have been released by police

A man in his 90s had just finished his shopping when he was approached by a man and a woman who offered to help him load it into his car.

One of two men police want to speak to

One of two men police want to speak to

He then noticed later that his bank card was missing and almost £500 had been spent on it. 

Officers have now released images of three people they want to speak to in connection with their investigation.

They also believe the case is linked to three similar incidents across the county, in Sainsbury's in Romney Place, Maidstone, and in Dartford and Ashford.

Anyone with any information, or who recognises those pictured is asked to contact DC Claire Beckett at Maidstone police station on 01622 604336,

Please quote the  crime reference YY/23805/13.

Alternatively, you can contact Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, by calling 0800 555 111.

 

 

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