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Images released after shop thefts totalling over £2,000




There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.

Police have released images of a number of men they would like to speak to in relation to a series of thefts from supermarkets over the last month.

Officers are appealing for public assistance after the thefts in Bourne, Market Deeping and Stamford.

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Large amounts of meat and alcohol have been stolen with the total value amounting to over £2,000.

If you have any information that could assist with this enquiry, please call 101.

There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.
There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.


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