(PRWEB UK) 29 December 2013
It has been reported by the Leicester Mercury that CCTV images have been released after the alleged theft of alcohol from village stores in the area. Police in Leicester are investigating the alleged thefts which occurred on December 5 at the Spar and Co-op stores in Bottesford.
According to the report, the first incident resulted in the alleged theft of three bottles of champagne, while later in the day, various bottles of alcohol were allegedly taken from the Co-Op store. The suspect is also suspected to have stolen items from two other stores on November 26.
PC Mark Longden to the Leicester Mercury that:
“We would urge people to take a good look at the image and contact us if they recognise the man or have any suspicions about who this person may be. If you witnessed the incidents or have any information about the thefts then please contact us.”
As experts in CCTV security systems, the specialists at AlertSystems closely follow news relating to CCTV and were interested in this report. A representative for the company offered their comments:
“CCTV has a vital role to play in the protection of stores, particularly for businesses selling items of high-value such as alcohol. CCTV cameras can offer important evidence to police in incidences of theft, but can also provide crucial evidence which helps to further investigations and bring them to successful conclusions. In incidences such as this reported case, CCTV can help police identify suspects who may be responsible for other incidences, and help to bring those responsible to justice.”
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