Police believe these images could help track two men wanted for questioning following Littleport theft

PUBLISHED: 22:22 02 February 2016 | UPDATED: 22:22 02 February 2016

Littleport CCTV images to find those responsible for alleged offence at Co-op

Littleport CCTV images to find those responsible for alleged offence at Co-op

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Two men are being sought for questioning following a theft from a village Co-op.

Littleport CCTV images to find those responsible for alleged offence at Co-opLittleport CCTV images to find those responsible for alleged offence at Co-op

The theft took place on Monday and CCTV images of the men have been released by Cambridgeshire Police.

Both men were in the Co-op in High Street, Littleport.

A police spokesman said: “We would like to speak to both in connection with the theft.

At about 1pm two men entered to Co-op store in the High Street.

Littleport CCTV images to find those responsible for alleged offence at Co-opLittleport CCTV images to find those responsible for alleged offence at Co-op

The police spokesman said: “One of the men obstructed the view of the till operator/

“Meanwhile the other used scissors, taken from the store, to detach the security tags from a number of spirit bottles.”

The store has told police the stolen spirits were valued at around £140.

“The items were put in a bag and the men left the store,” said the spokesman.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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