Kettering shoplifting: CCTV appeal after town centre store targeted

On one occasion a store worker was threatened

Wednesday, 21st April 2021, 5:14 pm
Police want to speak to this woman
Police want to speak to this woman

Police have released CCTV images of wanted women after three shoplifting incidents at the same store in a week.

Kettering's High Street B&M was targeted repeatedly with a staff member threatened in one incident when they stepped in.

The first incident took place at about 10am on Saturday, April 10, when two women entered the shop and walked out with cleaning products, having not paid.

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Police want to speak to this woman

Similar incidents took place at about 1.15pm on Tuesday, April 13, and 3.20pm on Wednesday, April 14.

A police spokesman said: "On the third occasion, when challenged by store staff, one of the women made verbal threats towards them.

"Police have now released images of two women they would like to identify as they believe they may have information useful to their investigation.

"The women pictured, anyone who recognises them or has information about the thefts, is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101."

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