Police release images of man they wish to speak to about Cambridge high value watches theft

15:02 28 February 2014

CCTV released after high value jewellery theft.

CCTV released after high value jewellery theft.

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Police have released images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the theft of 13 watches from a Cambridge jewellers.

CCTV released after high value jewellery theft.CCTV released after high value jewellery theft.

The watches, with a total value of more than £4,000, were stolen from a store in Lion Yard at about midday on Friday, February 7.

Throughout March the force will be focusing on shoplifting as part of the Get Closer crime prevention campaign.

Anyone who has information should call PCSO Gemma Newton on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

CCTV released after high value jewellery theft.CCTV released after high value jewellery theft.

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