(PRWEB UK) 8 October 2013
According to the Harlow Star in the article ‘Crackdown on Store Thieves in Harlow Continues as Police Release More CCTV Images’ published on October 2, police in the town have released a number of images of suspects.
According to the article, the most recent image features a man who is thought to be in mid to late 30s and white, wearing blue jeans, a bright blue t-shirt, a zip-up hooded top in a grey blue colour with a white logo and a white cap. Police wish to speak to him in connection with an alleged theft which occurred on August 11 when a man filled a basket in a Marks and Spencer Simply Food store with approximately £90 worth of food, and allegedly made no attempts to pay for the items.
The Harlow Star reports that an image was released earlier this week of a woman who police wish to speak to after £50 worth of meat was allegedly taken on September 5 from a Cooperative Store. The woman, who is thought to be in her 30s, was wearing a white top, black trousers in a combat style and flip flops, while carrying a white carrier bag with red writing.
As experts in security systems, AlertSystems know how important the installation of CCTV can be in assisting police with their investigations. A representative for the company shared their thoughts:
“Incidences of shop lifting can unfortunately affect many businesses and so it is important to have sufficient security systems in place to protect your premises. In the event of a theft, police can use information recorded by the CCTV security system to further their investigations, as well as releasing the images in an appeal for information from members of the public.”
AlertSystems manage and maintain over 5000 security installations throughout the UK and are specialists in providing business security solutions. Offering professional service and a complete range of security services such as monitored alarm systems, Automatic Number Plate Recognition and Avigilon CCTV security systems. AlertSystems offers effective and reliable solutions to security problems.