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Police want to track down man in CCTV

POLICE are appealing for information after a burglary in Clares Avenue, Fulwood.
The burglary happened between 3am and 4.50am on May 22 when the offender broke in and stole keys and various bank cards, one of which was later used to withdraw �200.
A Renault Laguna car was also taken and later discovered on Lea Road where it had been set on fire.
PC Mark Coleman, of Preston Police, said: I would appeal for anyone who recognises the 
man in the picture, or the jacket he is wearing, to contact us.

POLICE are appealing for information after a burglary in Clares Avenue, Fulwood. The burglary happened between 3am and 4.50am on May 22 when the offender broke in and stole keys and various bank cards, one of which was later used to withdraw �200. A Renault Laguna car was also taken and later discovered on Lea Road where it had been set on fire. PC Mark Coleman, of Preston Police, said: I would appeal for anyone who recognises the man in the picture, or the jacket he is wearing, to contact us.

Police are appealing for information after a burglary in Clares Avenue, Fulwood.

The burglary happened between 3am and 4.50am on May 22 when the offender broke in and stole keys and various bank cards, one of which was later used to withdraw £200.

A Renault Laguna car was also taken and later discovered on Lea Road where it had been set on fire.

PC Mark Coleman, of Preston Police, said: “I would appeal for anyone who recognises the

man in the picture, or the jacket he is wearing, to contact us.”

 

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