CCTV image appeal after thefts from vehicles in Royston

PUBLISHED: 15:52 14 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:52 14 June 2018

Police would like to speak to this man as part of ongoing enquires into thefts from motor vehicles in Royston. Picture: Herts police

Police would like to speak to this man as part of ongoing enquires into thefts from motor vehicles in Royston. Picture: Herts police

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Officers investigating a spate of thefts from vehicles in Royston have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to as part their enquiries.

Police would like to speak to this man as part of ongoing enquires into thefts from motor vehicles in Royston. Picture: Herts policePolice would like to speak to this man as part of ongoing enquires into thefts from motor vehicles in Royston. Picture: Herts police

The incidents, which are being linked, happened between December 16, 2017 and Wednesday last week.

The most recent occured in Morton Street, at around 3.20am on June 6, where change was stolen from a purse inside a vehicle.

In Mill Road – between 10pm on June 5 and 7.15am the following day – thieves removed a HP laptop, CDs, an Apple tablet and a Cannon printer.

There were two incidents in Donne Close – on Monday, January 8 at around 2.40am, CDs and cash were stolen from an unlocked car, and between 2.45am and 2.50am an offender was seen trying door handles of a vehicle.

In Serby Avenue, between 3.15am and 3.20am also on January 8, an offender was seen trying door handles of a vehicle.

And in Heathfield - at around 4.45am on Saturday, December 16, cash was stolen from an unlocked car.

Anyone who recognises the man pictured is asked to contact PC Jo Cattley by emailing joanna.cattley@herts.pnn.police.uk, calling 101, or report information online at www.herts.police.uk/Report.

Use crime reference 41/4877/18 for Morton Street, 41/4708/18 for Mill Road, for the first Donne Close incident it’s G4/18/33, and for the later incident use G4/18/35, for Serby Avenue it’s G4/18/43 and finally, the crime reference number for the Heathfield incident is G4/17/1222.

Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through their anonymous online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will never need to go to court.

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