CCTV images released of suspect in Spalding shop theft case

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UPDATE TUESDAY 2.30PM: Police have released CCTV images of a man they are looking for in connection with the theft of a vacuum cleaner from a Spalding department store.

The vacuum cleaner was stolen from Beales in Market Place where a man went to the first floor electrical department and stole a grey and yellow Dyson DC50 model.

CCTV images have been released of a man police are looking for in connection with the theft of a vacuum cleaner from Beales Department Store, Spalding.

CCTV images have been released of a man police are looking for in connection with the theft of a vacuum cleaner from Beales Department Store, Spalding.

The man then rode off on a silver mountain bike at about 9.15am on Saturday.

Anyone with information should call PC Craig Lockton on 101, quoting incident 120 of October 11.

MONDAY 3.55PM: Police are dealing with four separate incidents in Spalding over the weekend, including a break-in and theft of a vacuum cleaner.

A man went into Beales Department Store, Market Place, at about 9.15am on Saturday and stole a grey and yellow Dyson DC50 cleaner from the store’s first floor electrical department.

The man then left the shop and rode off on a silver mountain bike.

Anyone with information should call PC Craig Lockton on 101, quoting incident 120 of October 11.

Earlier on Saturday, attempted break-ins took place at three businesses in The Crescent, Spalding.

Daisies’ Flower Shop, J.F. Inkley Menswear and Rumblings Cafe were all targeted, with two men who were disturbed while inside the cafe being sought by police.

Insp Jim Tyner, community policing inspector for South Holland, said: “At this time, we are treating these three incidents as linked and we are keen to hear from any witnesses who may have seen two men fleeing the scene.”

The men are described as white, in their early twenties and both had English accents.

One of the men was wearing a black tracksuit and the other a grey one.

Anyone with information who calls the police should quote incidents 83 (Rumblings Cafe), 147 (Daisies) and 205 (J.F. Inkley) of October 11.