CCTV images issued by Essex Police after items stolen from Notley Cross BP garage

PUBLISHED: 23:52 05 September 2017 | UPDATED: 08:40 06 September 2017

CCTV images issued by Essex Police for women they would like to speak to following theft from a garage in Braintree

CCTV images issued by Essex Police for women they would like to speak to following theft from a garage in Braintree

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Essex Police has issued a pair of CCTV images of a group of women they would like to speak to following a theft at a garage in Braintree.

CCTV images issued by Essex Police for women they would like to speak to following theft from a garage in Braintree CCTV images issued by Essex Police for women they would like to speak to following theft from a garage in Braintree

The theft happened at around 2.30pm on Friday, August 25, when police were alerted to reports that suspects entered the BP garage in Notley Cross.

The suspects took some items and hid them in a bag, before leaving without paying and driving off in a black VW Estate.

Police have issued the CCTV image as they would like to speak to those in the picture who may be able to help.

Anyone who has any information or who recognises anyone in the images should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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