CCTV image released after theft from shop

Essex County Standard: CCTV image released after shop theft CCTV image released after shop theft

A CCTV image of a man suspected of stealing a satellite navigation system from a shop has been released.

Police were called to Maplin Electronics, off Sheepen Road, on Thursday, November 14.

A Garmin Nuvi worth £80 was stolen and police want help from the public to trace the man in the picture.

Anyone with information call PC Jed Raven at Colchester police station on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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6:01pm Wed 27 Nov 13

tomtheDJ says...

definately looks like a helpyourselfie he does.

;)
definately looks like a helpyourselfie he does. ;) tomtheDJ

2:05am Thu 28 Nov 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

You're dead right. Ian, he really does. One blurred image of this guy is all we need to prove both his guilt, and the genetic nature of his character. The Victorians had the right idea, the measurement of the skull. We can then insure those with small skulls - with a proven like-le-hood to commit crime - are not allowed to breed. We really need to bring this sort of science back, too much **** (cat) footing around these days, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. It makes me so angry, it actually makes me as mad as you.
You're dead right. Ian, he really does. One blurred image of this guy is all we need to prove both his guilt, and the genetic nature of his character. The Victorians had the right idea, the measurement of the skull. We can then insure those with small skulls - with a proven like-le-hood to commit crime - are not allowed to breed. We really need to bring this sort of science back, too much **** (cat) footing around these days, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. It makes me so angry, it actually makes me as mad as you. Mail Member 4 Colchester

7:09pm Thu 28 Nov 13

Boris. says...

Looks like Jose Bosingwa from QPR
Looks like Jose Bosingwa from QPR Boris.

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