Haringey’s most wanted: £160 steak theft and fraud make police hit-list
PUBLISHED: 13:50 26 June 2014 | UPDATED: 17:29 30 June 2014
Police have released CCTV images of some of Haringey’s most wanted suspects for crimes including theft of £160-worth of prime steak and a case of fraud.
To see the images, click on the ‘Haringey’s most wanted’ link next to this story.
The offences are among the cases still outstanding that Haringey police have obtained footage for. From this week they will be publicising images of people they want to identify in connection with local crimes - and will also display them on posters in The Mall, Wood Green, and the Arena retail park in Green Lanes, Harringay. Officers will be available at each location from 10am to 5pm to offer crime prevention advice and answer any questions.
The six images relate to crimes committed across the borough between February and May - and now police are appealing for your help to identify the people captured in these images.
Image one, reference 2804409/14
Police are keen to identify a woman who is wanted for questioning in connection with fraud after withdrawing money from an account on February 17.
Images two and three, reference 2807345/14
Police are keen to identify two male suspects wanted for questioning in connection with the theft of an iPad from a shop The Broadway, Crouch End, on April 1.
Image four, reference 2805513/14
Police are keen to identify a woman wanted for questioning in connection with the theft of a handbag at a shop in Wood Green High Road on March 10.
Image five, reference 2810170/14
Police are keen to identify a man wanted for questioning in connection with the theft of a mobile phone at pub in Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, on May 9.
Image six, reference 2810484/14
Police are keen to identify a woman wanted in connection with the theft of £160 of steak from a store in The Broadway, Crouch End, on May 12.
Acting Sgt Sue Marsh, from Seven Sisters neighbourhood policing team, said: “For some years now we have achieved excellent results by releasing appeals to local media. Whilst we plan to continue this practice, we will build on that success by engaging with the public and inviting them to help us in finding people connected with crime.”
Anyone who has information concerning their whereabouts should contact the Seven Sisters policing team on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 and quoting the reference number.
The Crimestoppers guarantee of anonymity has never been broken and callers are not even asked for their name.