Sainsbury’s theft and assault sparks CCTV appeal
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Police are seeking three men for questioning in connection with a theft of £2,000 of stock and an assault from a Suffolk Sainsbury’s store.
On February 14, about 8.15pm, three men entered the supermarket in Haydocks Road, Haverhill, filling a backpack with Oral B toothbrush heads.
The trio fled the store with the stock, valued at just under £2,000.
The theft is being linked to another brush with the law - an assault that took place on Saturday, March 2 at 5.30pm in the same store, when a man rammed a security officer with a shopping trolley before fleeing the scene.
The security officer chased the suspect but lost sight of him.
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If you recognise any of the individuals shown, please contact Haverhill police via 101 quoting 37/9510/19 for the theft or 37/12124/19 for the assault.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via the charity’s anonymous online form at crimestoppers-uk.org.
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