The stolen rucksack is described as a light green Berghaus bag. It contained a black leather wallet containing bank cards, a driving licence and £350 in cash, a Samsung Laptop valued at around £400, a Sony Video camera valued at around £200 and various items, such as nappies, for the children.
The main offender is described as: white, aged around 25, around 6ft, stocky build. He had medium length blond hair with a fringe covering one of his eyes. He had a spotty complexion and stubble.
He was wearing a bright red hooded top with 'NO FEAR' written on the front and blue jeans with a rip at the knee area. He was riding a BMX type bike.
I would like to speak with anybody who may have any information in relation to this incident. Were you in the area at the time of the incident? Have you found any of the stolen items discarded in the area or have you been offered any of them for sale? Fortunately this is a rare crime at this location but as always I would urge members of the public to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the police.
Three men have made off with a stash of cigarettes thought to be worth thousands of pounds after raiding a supermarket in Hampshire. It happened at the Co-Op in Locks Heath in the early hours of Friday, 2 March. Police have released CCTV footage of the robbery and are appealing for witnesses.
DC Katie Wakefield, said: “I am appealing to any local residents who saw or heard a vehicle speeding from the area. I am also appealing for anyone who may have seen anyone in the area, matching the descriptions of the offenders."
At around 2.15am on Friday, March 2nd, three men smashed a lower glass panel in the door of the Co-op, Locks Heath Centre and climbed through the hole, into the shop. They broke the shutters of the cigarette kiosk and bundled all the cigarette stock into a builder's bag.