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Do you recognise these men who climbed on bus shelters in World Cup celebrations?

PUBLISHED: 16:17 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:34 16 July 2018

Police want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Police want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICE

ESSEX POLICE

Police have shared pictures of people who climbed on bus shelters while celebrating England’s World Cup win against Sweden.

Police want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICEPolice want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Officers want to identify the men in connection with damage to two shelters in Colchester.

“Individuals were seen climbing onto, and jumping from, the bus shelters in Head Street at around 4.30pm on Saturday, July 7,” a police spokesman said.

Police want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICEPolice want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICE

“The damage will cost an estimated four figure sum to repair and we want to speak to the men pictured in connection with the incidents.”

Police said there were a large number of people in Head Street at the time of the incident and appealed for witnessed to get in touch.

Police want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICEPolice want to identify these men in connection with damage to two bus shelters in Colchester Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Anyone who recognises the men are asked to contact Pc Anna Collins in the Colchester Community Policing Team on 101, quoting reference 42/97142/18.

Alternatively, contact the Crimestoppers charity 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111 or use the anonymous online form at Crimestoppers-uk.org


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