Can you name theft suspects?

THIEVES who stole a taxi driver s bag containing £150 in cash and personal belongings have been caught on CCTV camera. The pair were picked up as part of a group from the Glass House, formerly Bar Zest, in Forehill, Ely, in the early hours of Saturday mor

THIEVES who stole a taxi driver's bag containing £150 in cash and personal belongings have been caught on CCTV camera.

The pair were picked up as part of a group from the Glass House, formerly Bar Zest, in Forehill, Ely, in the early hours of Saturday morning, March 1.

Their two companions were dropped off at The Gallery and the pair travelled on to Tesco in Angel Drove.

After dropping off the men, the cab driver discovered his bag containing driving licence, banks cards, fuel card, ID card, keys and cash was missing.


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The first man is described as white, aged 18 to 25, about five feet eight inches tall, with short brown hair, unshaven and having 'wide eyes'. He was wearing a brown zip up jacket with a hood and blue jeans.

The other man is described as white, aged 18 to 23, five feet six inches tall, of medium build with black gelled hair, clean shaven and wearing a black zip up jacket with a hood and blue jeans.

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Anyone with any information is asked to contact Pc Will Creasey or Dc Mell Millar at Ely Police Station on 0845 456 4564 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

n An alert reader of the Ely Standard has been able to give detectives the name of a man captured on CCTV after he stole two beef dinners from the Co-op store in Main Street, Littleport last month.

The CCTV image was featured in the Ely Standard after the man put the dinners inside his jacket, paid for a packet of cigarettes at the shop counter and left.

Pc Creasey said: "We are delighted with the response from readers of the Ely Standard. This is working very well. We want to keep this going and strike while the iron is hot.

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