Appeal for witnesses after theft- Henley
Wednesday 09 July 2014, 9:53am
Tahmes Valley Police is releasing a CCTV image of two women it would like to speak to in connection with a theft which took place in Waitrose in Henley on Thames.
On 24 June between 12 and 12.15pm the victim was shopping in Waitrose when two women distracted the victim and stole a purse from the handbag in her trolley.
The purse was later handed into Henley police station, but was missing £40 cash.
The women in the picture are in their early to mid thirties. They both have dark hair which is tied up and both had handbags.
One of the women is wearing a white top. The other female is wearing a brown jacket and purple or blue trousers. She is carrying her handbag her strap over her shoulder and across her chest.
Anyone with information about the incident or anyone who recognises the women shown in the CCTV image should contact PC Susan Bradshaw from Henley police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
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