Credit cards stolen from woman’s Nayland home
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Two women and a man are being sought in connection with the theft of credit cards from an woman in Nayland.
The victim was approached by a man and a woman outside her home in Court Street, at 3.30pm on November 7.
The two asked her for directions and when she let them into her home to look at a map, they stole credit cards from her purse. The cards were later used to withdraw cash from an ATM in Church Road, Colchester shortly after 4pm that day.
Earlier on the same day, the lady was approached by the suspects in the car park of Sainsbury’s in Sudbury, when they asked her what town they were in.
The man is described as white, aged in his late thirties and approximately 6 foot tall.
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The woman is described as aged between 25 to 30 years-old, had shoulder length dark coloured hair and was of a small build.
If you can help identify the man or two women in the CCTV images, or have any information that may help police with their investigation, call 101 quoting reference number HD/14/1417.
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