VIDEO: Shopfliter steals three items from Maplins Electronics in Crayford

PUBLISHED: 14:20 23 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:20 23 August 2017

The male suspect

The male suspect


Do you recognise this man or his accomplice?

Bexley police would like to identify and speak with the man in CCTV footage they’ve released of a shoplifting incident in Crayford.

On May 3 the male suspect walked into Maplins Electronics, on Crayford Road, and paid for one item but helped himself to three other electrical items which he failed to pay for.

A female accompanied him but as far as the shop and police are aware didn’t actually take anything.

She was, however, obviously aware of what the male suspect was doing.

The female accompanying the manThe female accompanying the man

Anyone with relevant information or knows who the suspects are, should call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, or police on 101.

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