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Picture released after shop theft

Police would like to identify this man Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Police investigating an attempted robbery at a Tesco Store in St Neots in Cambridgeshire have released a picture of a man they'd like to speak to.

Officers were called to the Tesco store in Barford Road after a fire alarm was set off. As customers returned to the shop a man was stopped by staff trying to steal alcohol worth more than £300.

He threatened them with a knife and ran off, throwing some of the stolen goods at them. He drove off in a blue Vauxhall Astra.


Elderly woman assaulted in Norwich Tesco store

Police would like to speak to this woman in connection with an assault at a Tesco store in Norwich. Credit: Norfolk Police.

An elderly woman injured her leg when she was pushed over in a Tesco story in Norwich.

Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak to in connection with the assault.

The victim was pushed over at the Guildhall Hill store at about 3.20pm on Wednesday May 4.

Officers would also like to speak to a man with blond hair who was wearing a grey hooded jacket.

CCTV released after scratch card theft

A number of scratch cards were stolen. Credit: ITV Anglia.

CCTV has been released of a man who police want to speak to after scratch cards were stolen from a shop in Norwich.

It happened just after 11am last Tuesday at the Tesco Express on Grove Road.

Police want any information from anyone who may recognise the man.

Tesco offers communities £20k after stores 'mothballed'

Tesco is offering a £20,000 'community fund' to residents in Chatteris and Whittlesey to say sorry for not opening new stores earmarked for the towns.

Empty Tesco store to remain closed Credit: ITV News Anglia.

The deal has been struck by Fenland District Council and follows an earlier Tesco donation to Chatteris groups of £4,000 agreed with MP Steve Barclay after the store was mothballed.

The crisis-hit retailer announced last month it would close 43 stores, putting 2,000 jobs at risk.

Mayor stops driving after Tesco crash

Mayor's car crashes into supermarket Credit: Archant

The Mayor of St Edmundsbury, who accidentally drove his car into his local supermarket just days after taking office, has said he's given up driving.

Councillor Terry Buckle, who's 73, lost control of his Vauxhall Vectra while trying to park at the Tesco store in Bury St Edmunds last week. Mayor Buckle said the accident, his first in 56 years of driving, frightened him so much he's vowed not to get behind the wheel again.