Kent Police have revealed details of the following scam incidents.
May 5, sometime between 12 – 1 pm, Tesco, Millstrood Road, Whitstable. Suspect described as light skinned, aged in his 30s, 6ft tall, slim build with dark hair.
May 9, ASDA, Sturry Road, Canterbury, woman went to back of car to help man with the map, passenger door left unlocked, later noticed card missing. Suspect man with tanned European skin, aged in 30s, around 5ft 6 to 5ft 7in tall with thick dark hair.
May 10, 3pm, TESCO, Smallhythe Road, Tenterden, Woman approached by a man and woman asking for directions. As the map was folded out over the top of the trolley she noticed that the woman was unzipping her purse. She told them to go and they fled.
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