Bank card stolen in burglary ‘used at locations in Crawley’
Police have released CCTV photos of a man they want to speak to concerning a burglary in which a stolen bank card was used in Crawley.
Officers say they were called to a house in Cotmandene, Dorking, following reports of the burglary which is thought to have taken place on April 24 at around 6pm.
A spokesman said: “We believe that a bank card was subsequently stolen in this burglary and then used at locations in Crawley.”
They want to question a man described as white, slim with short dark hair. He was wearing a face protection mask, a camouflage print jacket, blue jeans, brown shoes and had a black sports bag with white lettering on it.
The spokesman added: “If you recognise this man or have any information, please contact us on 101, quoting PR/45200043139.”
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