POLICE have appealed for help in tracking down three men after £930 worth of items were stolen from a B&M store last month.
Officers have released CCTV stills of people they want to question in connection with the alleged thefts from the store in Denbigh Drive, Thornwell, Chepstow.
A Gwent Police spokesperson said: “Three men entered the B&M at around 5.25pm on Thursday, September 2, and were seen to place several high-value items in baskets, totalling around £930, before moving them into rucksacks.
“The men then reportedly left the store without paying for the items.
“The first man is described as white, around six foot tall with ginger hair.
“He is of slim build and was wearing a red hooded top, navy jeans and black trainers, and was also carrying a backpack.
“The second man is also white, has dark hair and is around six foot tall.
“He was wearing a grey and black striped hoodie, with a black t-shirt, navy jeans and white trainers.
“The third man is believed to be in his early to mid-20s, with dark hair and a moustache.
“He was wearing a black jumper, jogging bottoms and white trainers. He was also carrying a rucksack.
“Enquiries are ongoing and officers would like to speak to these men who were in the store at the time and may be able to assist their investigation.”
Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting log reference 2100309926 or send a direct message on Facebook or Twitter.
Alternatively, they can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
CCTV stills of the men police want to talk to can be seen at www.gwent.police.uk/news/gwent/news/news/2021/september/appeal-after-theft-in-chepstow/
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