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Westerham: Police release CCTV still as part of antique theft investigation

Police have released CCTV after a thief smashed a display cabinet at an antiques shop and swiped items.

It is alleged that at around 1pm on Tuesday a man went into the store in High Street, Brasted, and used a hammer to break into the cabinet.

He then snatched a number of items and fled the scene on a bicycle.

Police have released CCTV as they investigate a theft from an antique shop.

Police have released CCTV as they investigate a theft from an antique shop.

He was white, of medium build, around 6ft and aged in his 40s or 50s.

He was wearing yellow gloves and a fluorescent yellow tabard, with the words Daniel Owen Work Masters printed on it.

The man was wearing a fluorescent jacket with branding on it

The man was wearing a fluorescent jacket with branding on it

The man also wore a black jacket with red sleeves, black glasses and a beige baseball cap.

Anyone with information is asked to call the west Kent appeal line on 01622 604100, quoting reference 28-0575, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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