Police investigating Burgess Hill shopliftings release CCTV images

CCTV images of people police would like to interview
CCTV images of people police would like to interview
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CCTV images have been released by police who are investigating reports of shoplifting at Park Cameras in Burgess Hill.

In the first incident two men went to the store in York Road on Saturday September 12 at 3.15pm and stole a digital Canon 7D camera worth £1,300 from the display.

The first suspect is described as white, aged in his mid-20s and was wearing a blue rain coat, white t-shirt and dark jeans.

The second suspect is described as black, aged in his mid-20s and wearing a grey jumper, light blue jeans and a black man bag.

The second incident happened at about 3.20pm on Tuesday October 27 when a man and a woman went into the shop and stole two Panasonic digital cameras worth more than £1,300.

The man is described as having a tanned or Asian appearance, with short black hair, a black beard and was wearing glasses.

He was wearing a black coloured jacket with a white stripe down the sleeve and a white top underneath.

The woman is described as white, aged in her late teens or early 20s, with long light brown hair. She was wearing a grey top or jumper, black skirt and dark coloured tights.

The CCTV images are of people police would like to interview about the incident.

Anyone recognising any of these suspects or who have an information contact police by emailing 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or phone 101 quoting serial 0425 of 31/10.

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