Help police trace stolen meat from the Co-op in Isleham

PUBLISHED: 13:06 26 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:06 26 February 2018

Police are looking to speak to people to help with inquiries about meath theft in Isleham

Police are looking to speak to people to help with inquiries about meath theft in Isleham

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Police are hoping to speak to three people who they hope may be able to shed some light on £160 worth of meat stolen from a shop in Iselham.

Police are looking to speak to people to help with inquiries about meath theft in Isleham Police are looking to speak to people to help with inquiries about meath theft in Isleham

An East Cambs Police spokesman said: “Do you know who the three people in these images are?

“We’d like to speak with them about the theft of £160 worth of meat from Co-op in West Street, Isleham, at about 4pm on Wednesday Feb 21.”

If you have any information then call 101 and quote CF0099820218.

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