Pictures released of two men police want to speak to in connection with Stamford burglaries

10:47 18 February 2014

CCTV Images Released - Stamford Burglaries

CCTV Images Released - Stamford Burglaries

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Pictures have been released of two men police want to speak to in connection with two burglaries which took place in the space of half an hour from shops in Stamford on December 30.

CCTV Images Released - Stamford Burglaries

CCTV Images Released - Stamford Burglaries

A mobile phone was stolen from a shop on St Paul’s Street and a small amount of cash was taken from a shop on the High Street.

It is believed distraction tactics were used while the offences were committed.

If you recognise either of these men call investigating officer PC Andrew Donaldson on 101.

CCTV Images Released - Stamford Burglaries

CCTV Images Released - Stamford Burglaries

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