Police release CCTV stills after supermarket purse theft in Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 15:01 08 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:01 08 August 2018

Do you recognise these people? Picture: supplied by Herts Police

Do you recognise these people? Picture: supplied by Herts Police

supplied by Herts Police

Police officers have released CCTV images of two people they would like to speak to after a purse was stolen in Hatfield.

One of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts PoliceOne of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

Between 8.15pm and 8.23pm last Wednesday (August 1) a woman accidentally left her purse at one of the self-service checkouts at the Co-op in Bishops Rise.

The checkout was then used by other people who took the purse and left the store with it.

The purse has not been handed into staff or the police.

PC Gav Richardson, who is investigating, said: “I’d like to speak to the man and the woman pictured here as I believe they may have information that can help with our enquiries.”

One of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts PoliceOne of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

Anyone who recognises the people pictured is asked to contact PC Richardson by emailing gavin.richardson@herts.pnn.police.uk, calling the non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference 41/23503/18, or report information online at https://www.herts.police.uk/Report

One of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts PoliceOne of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

One of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts PoliceOne of the CCTV images released. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

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