PICTURE: Police want to speak to this man about stolen credit cards used after burglaries in King’s Lynn. Do you know him.?
PUBLISHED: 17:06 05 May 2011 | UPDATED: 17:06 05 May 2011
Detectives tonight released these CCTV pictures of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the use of stolen credit cards.
The man is believed to have used two stolen cards at the Tesco store cash machine situated on St Faith’s Drive in the town.
On each occasion the cards have been used shortly after burglaries have taken place during which cards were stolen, and officers would now like to contact the man.
Detectives say the card was used at around 5.30am on Sunday, March 27 and at around 7am on Monday, January 17.
In the latest incident, the man’s face was obscured but he appears to have been wearing a distinctive dark coloured Sergio Tacchini top. In the second image, his face can be seen.
He is believed to be around 5ft 3in to 5ft 6in tall and of a slim, but athletic build.
The burglaries both took place in the Waterside area of King’s Lynn during the early hours of Sunday 27 March 2011 and between the morning of Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 January 2011.
Police say people should never write down their PIN numbers and/or keep them in their wallets or purses.
Anyone with any information relating to the man in the image is asked to contact Det Con Chris Parnham at King’s Lynn CID on 0845 456 4567 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.