Who is stealing milk from doorsteps around Kettering?
A thief is stealing pints of milk from doorsteps around Kettering.
Police are linking four incidents across the borough where bottles of the dairy product were nabbed in the early hours of the morning.
Three of those took place in the space of an hour on a new-build housing estate near the Ise Lodge.
Between 4am and 4.30am on January 7 a milk delivery was stolen in Claydon Avenue. Police say a man jumped out of a silver Ford Focus and stole three bottles.
The same morning, between 4.20am and 4.25am, two pints of milk was stolen from a doorstep in nearby Sulgrave Street.
Police believe the same silver Ford Focus was involved with the driver in hi-vis and a passenger who jumped out wearing a puffa-style coat, scarf and jeans with a dark belt.
Just around the corner in Deene Way milk was also stolen between 4am and 5am on the same day. Police say nothing was seen or heard.
Days earlier, at about 2.30am on January 4, milk was also stolen from a doorstep in Lower End in Pytchley.
Witnesses to any of the incidents should call police on 101.