Suspected shoplifter left funky skateboard behind
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A suspected shoplifter at Tesco in Huntingdon escaped police officers - but left his expensive skateboard behind.
The man, wearing a camouflage jacket and a pale BB cap, was carrying a skateboard but made off on foot just after 6.30pm last night (March 26).
He has not yet been traced – but did leave his skateboard at the store on Abbots Ripton Road.
The board was of the Penny brand range and which a funky pop art design worth up to £100.
Policing Huntingdonshire posted a picture of it online with the hashtag #WasItWheelyWorthIt?
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A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire police said: “Officers were out on a proactive patrol in Huntingdon at 6.37pm last night when they spotted a suspected shoplifter leave the Tesco store on Abbots Ripton Road.
“We are investigating the shoplifting incident and anyone with information is urged to call 101 or report online at www.cambs.police.uk/report quoting incident number 296 of March 26.”
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