03:48AM, Wednesday 31 October 2012
Clothing worth more than £1,250 has been stolen from two Windsor stores just days apart.
Police have today released CCTV images of a man and a woman following the two thefts that happened in September.
The first theft happened at 4pm on Thursday, September 27, at the Superdry store in Peascod Street in Windsor. Thieves made no attempt to pay for jackets – worth a total of £625 – that they put in a wheeled shopping case, before walking out.
A second incident happened three days later at 3.30pm on Sunday, 30 September, where six jumpers were stolen from Jaeger. The jumpers are thought to be worth £642.
PC Elisabeth O’Brien, of Windsor police station, said: “I would urge the couple shown on the CCTV images to come forward and speak to the police as soon as possible.” She added: “I would also like to hear from anyone who can help identify this man and woman.”
The man is described as being of stocky build, approximately 5ft 11ins in height, and between 30 and 35-years-old. He is said to have been wearing casual clothing on both occasions, and of having dark, shoulder-length hair.
The woman is said to be of slim-build, approximately 5ft 5ins in height, and between 25 and 30-years-old. She is thought to have been wearing tight jeans and casual clothing, and is also said to have dark, shoulder-length hair.
Anyone with information should phone 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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