CROOK OF THE DAY: Shoplifter pocketed two bottles of whisky
Updated 11:17am Monday 17th March 2014 in News
The man police wish to speak to following the theft of alcohol from the Co-opin Windbrook Meadow on October 30
EVERY day for the next month the Adver will be teaming up with Wiltshire Police to publish CCTV images of suspects they want to speak to about unsolved crimes around Swindon.
Police hope our readers will be able to tell them who they are.
This man entered the Co-op store in Windbrook Meadow on October 30 at approximately 7.35pm and put two bottles of Bells Whisky, to the value of £40, into his coat pockets. He then paid for other items and left the shop. He was chased by staff and other members of the public but he managed to get away.
He is described as white, in his mid-20s, approximately 5ft 8in tall and of a slim build. He was unshaven and had ginger hair. He also had bad eczema on his hands.
He was wearing dark jeans, a green Barbour jacket and a light coloured beanie hat.
Anyone with information should call the Swindon Crime Management Unit on 101 quoting crime reference number 54130103606.