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Bank card theft appeal - Do you recognise these men?

CCTV image from the Tesco in Butts Road, Sholing Credit: Hampshire Police

Detectives in Hampshire investigating the theft of a bank card in Hamble have released two cctv images of two men they would like to trace in connection with their inquiries.

The card was stolen from a black Peugeot 207 car in Tutor Close between 8.30pm on 15 February and 6am on 16 February 2017.

The card was used by someone other than its owner between 6am and 7am on 16th February at the Tesco store in Butts Road, Sholing. The two men in the cctv images were in the shop at the time, and may have vital information for police.

“We have been carrying our various enquiries in relation to this incident and are now hoping that someone might recognise the two men seen in these images.

“Do you know who they are?

“If so, we would like to hear from you as we believe that they may have information which could help our investigation.”

– PC Jackie Conners, Hampshire Police
Police are hoping someone will recognise the men Credit: Hampshire Police

Anyone with information can contact PC Conners on 101, quoting 441700060024, or get in touch with Crimestoppers anonymously by telephoning 0800 555 111.

Pink bike clue to late night attack

E-fit of the man wanted in connection with an assault Credit: Hampshire Police

Detectives investigating an assault in Sholing are releasing an E-Fit image of a man they would like to speak to, and are renewing their appeal to find the owner of a pink bike.

A 56-year-old man was treated in hospital after being assaulted on his way home from a party on Sunday, November 2. He is now back at home recovering.

The incident occurred between 1am and 1.15am at the junction of Knighton Road and Wodehouse Road in the Sholing area of the city.

The man Police would like to speak to following this assault is described as:

• Mixed race.

• Aged in his early twenties.

• Just over 6ft tall.

• He had curly dark hair.

• He was wearing an army green or black coloured jacket and possibly a grey jumper underneath.

• He spoke with an accent, possibly Indian.

Detective Constable Claire Ratcliffe from Southampton CID said: 'I would like to hear from anyone who recognises this man or who knows who the owner of this pink bike is. We believe the bike was discarded close to the scene of the assault and the owner may be able to assist us with our investigation.

'I’d also like to hear from anyone who may have seen the bike in the area where the assault took place.'

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact DC Ratcliffe by calling 101. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

The pink bike connected with the assault Credit: Hampshire Police


Silverware in the studio after Sholing FC's win

Sholing FC manager Dave Diaper in conversation with Sarah Gomme Credit: ITV Meridian

Fresh from their victory at Wembley in the FA Vase, Sholing Football Club manager Dave Diaper and some of the players came in to the ITV Meridian studios for a chat with our Sports Correspondent Sarah Gomme. You'll be able to see the interview in full on tonight's programme at 6pm.

FA Vase arrives at ITV Meridian Credit: ITV Meridian

Sholing to parade FA vase at Saints match

Winning goalscorer Marvin McLean celebrates Credit: PA

FA vase winners Sholing will be given a hero's welcome at St Mary's today, when they parade their trophy ahead of Saints' Premier League match with Manchester United

A goal in the 71st minute by winger Marvin McLean sealed Sholing's 1-0 victory over West Auckland in the final of the FA Vase.

Just under 3,000 Sholing fans made the trip to Wembley.

The 1-0 victory over West Auckland also won the Wessex League champions £25,000 prize money.

Tomorrow they will also be given a civic reception when they meet Southampton mayor Ivan White at the Civic Centre.

Sholing fans celebrate Credit: PA
Manager Dave Diaper with yhe trophy Credit: PA