Police renew appeal for information about butchers shop burglarly
A SECOND appeal is being issued for information about a burglary at a butchers in Brampton. The burglary took place at Measures Butchers in High Street on December 22. A safe, containing £75 and three rolled sirloins of beef, worth £660 were taken.Durin
A SECOND appeal is being issued for information about a burglary at a butchers in Brampton.
The burglary took place at Measures Butchers in High Street on December 22. A safe, containing £75 and three rolled sirloins of beef, worth £660 were taken.
During the burglary the offender abandoned six ham cuts, rendering them unsaleable, valued at £300.
The burglar is described as white, between 30 and 40, six foot with a muscular build. He wore dark clothing and was spotted standing in an alleyway beside the shop. He got into an old style Vauxhall Cavalier, which is believed to be gold coloured.
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It is thought that this burglary could be related to a suspicious incident at the shop two weeks previously when a man was found in the rear of the premises, claiming to be looking for a toilet.
This man was white, with a large build and between 35 and 40 with dark collar length hair. He had a scar down his right cheek from the side of his eye to the corner of his mouth. He wore a pink, blue and white scarf, a grey cap with a bobble and a blue coat.
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DC Anthony Grief, who is investigating, said: "I would like to speak to anyone who knows someone matching these descriptions, even if it is to help eliminate them from our enquiries.
"The description of the man in the previous incident is quite specific. Even if this person is not connected to the burglary, it would help the investigation if we could trace them."
INFORMATION: Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Grief at the priority crime team in Ramsey Police Station on 0845 4564564 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.