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CCTV images could hold clues to raid on Lloyds Bank in Whitstable after cash box stolen from G4S guard

09 May 2014
by KentOnline reporter

These CCTV images could hold vital clues to a raid on a Whitstable bank in which a cash box was seized from a security guard.

The G4S guard was carrying the box containing a sum of money outside Lloyds Bank at 10.30am on Wednesday was he was approached from behind and the cash box snatched.

He then fled in the direction of Middle Wall and Cornwallis Circle.

Police have released CCTV images of a man they'd like to speak to after a raid on a Whitstable bank

Police have released CCTV images of a man they'd like to speak to after a raid on a Whitstable bank

The raider was described as 6ft 2in, in his 30s and was wearing jeans, a high-visibility jacket and hard hat.

South East Coast Ambulance spokesman Richard Airey said paramedics treated a man in his 50s for shock.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who can identify the man in these pictures.

The suspect is described as wearing a hi-vis jacket and hard hat

The suspect is described as wearing a hi-vis jacket and hard hat

Anyone who can help should get in touch by calling 01303 289353 quoting reference number 07-0390. 

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

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