Hundreds stolen from accounts of older people whose bank cards were snatched in Maldon and Clacton

Police have released this CCTV image following a theft in Maldon. Picture: SUPPLIED BY ESSEX POLICE

Police have released this CCTV image following a theft in Maldon. Picture: SUPPLIED BY ESSEX POLICE - Credit: Supplied by Essex Police

Police have released images of men wanted in connection with thefts in Essex.

Police have released this CCTV image following a theft in Maldon. Picture: SUPPLIED BY ESSEX POLICE

Police have released this CCTV image following a theft in Maldon. Picture: SUPPLIED BY ESSEX POLICE - Credit: Supplied by Essex Police

A woman in her 80s was followed by three men after withdrawing cash in Maldon at 3.30pm on October 10.

Police have released this CCTV image following a theft in Maldon. Picture: SUPPLIED BY ESSEX POLICE

Police have released this CCTV image following a theft in Maldon. Picture: SUPPLIED BY ESSEX POLICE - Credit: Supplied by Essex Police

When she entered the Beauty Hut, in Brights Path, she realised her purse had been stolen. A three-figure sum was later withdrawn from her bank.

Police have released this CCTV image after an 82-year-old man’s wallet was stolen from a property in

Police have released this CCTV image after an 82-year-old mans wallet was stolen from a property in High Street, Clacton. Picture: SUPPLIED BY ESSEX POLICE - Credit: Supplied by Essex Police

Anyone with information is can call Pc Amye Rowham at Chelmsford station on 101.

In Clacton, an 82-year-old man’s wallet was stolen from a property in High Street overnight on September 7.

Cards were later used to withdraw a three figure sum.

Call Pc Keith Hewitt at Clacton CID on 101.

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Essex Police are also investigating a break-in at a property in Oaklands Crescrent, Colchester, overnight on October 18.

A TV, audio system and a Mercedes E250 were stolen.

Anyone with information can contact Dc Hannah Richardson at Colchester CID on 101.

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