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CCTV images released after theft of £3,000 worth of alcohol from Holbeach Tesco




Police are appealing for help to identify the three men and a woman in the images to assist them with an investigation into the theft of approximately £3,000 worth of alcohol.

On January 16, three men and one woman entered the Tesco store on Boston Road South, Holbeach, before taking the alcohol without paying. This happened at just past 3pm.

The descriptions of the group were as follows:

A white male, aged 30-40, with a beard, wearing a black baseball cap, green Parka coat, blue jeans and white trainers;

A white male, aged 25-35, wearing a black hooded coat, blue top, grey jeans, black trainers and black rucksack;

A white male, aged 40-50, wearing a black baseball cap, cream hooded jacket, light blue jeans and black trainers;

A white female, aged 25-35, with long black hair, wearing a 'Mickey Mouse-style' hat, black coat, black leggings, and white trainers with red and black trim.

The alcohol was placed in a rucksack and trolley before being removed from the store.

If you can help with this investigation, or know the identities of the individuals pictured, please get in touch in one of the following ways:

* Via 101, quoting incident 126 of January 17.

* Via email at force.control@lincs.pnn.police.uk, quoting incident number 126 of January 17 in the subject line;

* By calling Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.



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