Police release cctv after skimming device found on Sawtry cash machine

PUBLISHED: 15:39 13 June 2014

Two men police want to talk to in connection with a skimming device in Sawtry

Two men police want to talk to in connection with a skimming device in Sawtry

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CCTV images have been released of two men police want to speak to in connection with a skimming device found on a cash point in Sawtry.

Do you recognise this man?Do you recognise this man?

The equipment, used to copy people’s card details, was discovered on a machine in Sawtry Post Office, Green End Road, at about 8pm on May 1.

It was spotted by a customer who reported it to the shopkeeper. It is not thought that anyone used the machine while the device was in place.

Police investigating the matter have this afternoon (Friday) released the images of two men.

Detective Constable Dianne Booth said: “We are very keen to speak to these men as we believe they might have important information which could assist our investigation.”

One of the men police want to talk to about a skimming device in SawtryOne of the men police want to talk to about a skimming device in Sawtry

INFORMATION: Anyone who can help should call DC Booth on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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