Police hunt Craven champagne shoplifter

First published in News

Police are investigating two incidents of shoplifting at shops in West Craven.
The first occurred at the Co-op, Kelbrook Road Service Station, Sough, when a man stole of bottle of Champagne between 7.10pm and 7.30pm on Saturday, May 3.
CCTV footage showed an Asian man, of slim build in his early 20s, taking a £33 bottle of Lanson champagne. He was wearing a green duffle coat and jeans.
The second incident  took place at the Co-op, on Victoria Road, Earby, at around 2.30pm on Sunday.
Police say a man in 40s or 50s entered the shop and was seen putting items from the chilled meat section in his coat pockets.
When he was challenged, he handed over some of the meat, but staff later discovered four trays of rump steaks, valued at £20, had been stolen.
The man is described as wearing a brown, oil-skinned jacket, beige trousers and black trainers.

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