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Bedfordshire Police have released CCTV images of two people that they would like to speak with following a fraud that took place in a Leighton Buzzard shop.
The incident happened at around 2pm on Tuesday 3 June in Peacocks, High Street, Leighton Buzzard, when the offenders selected £260 worth of goods and made their way to the tills to pay.
The offenders paid in cash but as the sales assistant checked the notes, the offenders distracted him and were able to remove £120 from the pile of notes.
As the sale was completed, the offenders asked if the goods could be delivered and when the cashier said no, they asked for a refund on the majority of the items. The cashier completed the refund (£216) and the offenders left the store with £44 of paid for goods, the refund and the stolen £120.
If you recognise the individuals pictured contact the Crime Service Team, on the non-emergency 101 number quoting crime reference JD/21296/2014.
Alternatively contact independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.
Homeowners across Cambridgeshire have been clearing up after flash flooding at the weekend.
Dozens of families in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk were hit after torrential rain led to flash flooding. More than 60 homes were affected, mainly at March in Cambridgeshire, while motorists struggled through flood water on the A14.
Dozens of families in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk have been clearing up after torrential rain led to flash flooding.
More than 60 homes were hit, mainly at March in Cambridgeshire, while motorists struggled through flood water on the A14.
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Torrential rain has left flash floods in some parts of Cambridgeshire. Ely's railway station has been hit with the underpass flooded.
The water has also caused some problems on roads outside the station.
Torrential rain in Cambridgeshire has left more than 60 homes flooded, hundreds without power and a river bank has also collapsed.
Nearly two inches of rain fell in an hour. A rest centre has been opened in St John the Evangelist Parish Hall on Queens Street in March.
A bank alongside the River Nene in March has collapsed and some roads nearby have had to be closed.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service say they received more than 115 calls relating to flooding this afternoon, the majority came from the March area.
Residents had to be evacuated from their homes in parts of March, Doddington and Wisbech St Mary areas.
There have also been reports of flooded properties in Bar Hill, Toft, Oakington, Caldecote, Swavesey and Rampton.
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Parts of our region have been left counting the cost of the weekend's flash flooding with a month's rainfall in just a couple of days.