Can you identify this man? Police are looking for him in relation to a spate of thefts from works vans in Littleport

PUBLISHED: 10:16 18 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:16 18 February 2016

Can you identify this man? Police are looking for him in relation to a spate of thefts from works vans in Littleport

Can you identify this man? Police are looking for him in relation to a spate of thefts from works vans in Littleport

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Seven works vans were attacked in Littleport on Tuesday February 9 - police are now trying to identify a suspect using CCTV footage.

The image was taken from a private recording made in Fisher’s Bank, Littleport.

Police said: “While it is difficult to make out the facial features of the suspicious male - we believe that someone might be able to identify this lean individual with dark hair wearing a distinctive baggy looking jacket and jeans.

“The offender(s) are targeting tools and continuing to find them in the backs of vans,” police added.

“Our message to van drivers is clear - take the time to bring your tools inside at night. “Don’t leave your valuables in the van. Park in plain sight, near a camera if possible, and avoid secluded locations.”

If you know anything about this spate of vehicle crime, call 101 or CrimeStoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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