A CCTV camera captures the moment a pensioner appears to steal two bottles of gin from a shop.
The man, thought to be in his late 60s, allegedly takes the expensive drink by moving bottles from his basket to under his coat.
Footage was released by the Gibsons Farm Shop in Wingham.
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Owner Andrew Gibson, who employs 40 staff at his business off Crockshard Lane, says the tipple cost £37 a bottle and has shared a video in a bid to get information.
"It was brand new gin made by the Greensand company and we had just put on the shop floor an hour earlier," he said.
"We have automatic number plate recognition on our drive outside the shop but this person parked outside and walked in.
"All we could see on our cameras when he left the shop was him walking down the drive and getting into his car in the distance.
"We are trying to support local businesses and bring in as much local produce as we can, so to have it stolen is a bit gutting."
The incident happened just after 1pm yesterday.
VIDEO: CCTV gin theft from farm shop
Mr Gibson, who noticed the gin was missing just a few minutes after the incident added:
"We set the business up seven-and-a-half years ago as we were a small farm struggling to find a market for our goods.
"We had a small shop on the farm for 35 years, but thought we would set up the new place and we have now a shop, cafe and butchers."
Mr Gibson reported the theft to police.
Spokesman James Walker said: "We received a report stating two bottles of gin were stolen from a store in Crockshard Hill, Wingham, at about 1.10pm on Friday.
"At present no offenders have been located and inquiries are ongoing."