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Colchester: Do you recognise these men?

09:18 04 January 2013

The group who are wanted by police in connection with a theft

The group who are wanted by police in connection with a theft

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POLICE officers are appealing for help to trace three men wanted in connection with a theft from Asda in Colchester.

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Two men are understood to have stolen an iPod from a cabinet at the supermarket on November 30.

CCTV pictures, released by Essex police, show the three men police want to question in connection with the theft.

A spokeswoman for the force said: “Two men entered the store and it is believed that another man caused a distraction while the men took the item from the cabinet.”

Anyone with information about the men shown is asked to contact Pc Skelly Lambert at Colchester police station on 101.

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