This week’s police column, written by community beat sergeant Emma Crisp, looks at three thefts from different businesses.
Burglary - Carlsberg Tetley Brewing, Spalding Road, Bourne
Two men were discovered inside the warehouse between 1.30am and 2am on Friday last week trying to steal a case of beer.
Staff challenged the men but they escaped to Spalding Road.
Both were described as white, aged late teens to early twenties with Eastern European accents. One man was about 5ft tall with blonde hair and cream clothing. The second was about 5ft 11in tall with dark hair, dark clothing and a backpack.
If you saw anything suspicious or you have any information, please call 101 quoting incident 164 of June 7.
Keys stolen from ignition of two tractors and a JCB - Creeton
At 7.15pm on Monday two white men were seen running away from the vehicles at a farm in Creeton.
Both were of a similar description: 5ft 10in tall, aged late teens to early twenties with brown hair. One of the men was wearing a faded red T-shirt.
The keys to the three vehicles were stolen, not the actual vehicles, indicating an intention to return for them at a later date.
Incident 495 of the June 10
Theft of T-shirts - Millets, High Street, Stamford
The man and woman picture are responsible for the theft of two navy “Peter Storm” T-shirts from Millets in High Street, Stamford, at about 2.20pm on May 21.
Following the theft they then went into WH Smith in High Street only to be caught on camera.
Who are they? If you think you can identify the people pictured, please call us quoting crime reference 32130019609. Investigating Officer is PC 269 Brady