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Burglary in Saltash
Area: Devon & Cornwall Police Force Area
Police are investigating a burglary which happened at the Premier store at the Hatt service station in Saltash.
The incident took place between 11pm on Thursday 23 September and 2.20am on Friday 24 September.
A man entered the premises and took £150 to £200 along with several bottles of spirit.
A shop till was also found by a member of the public on the junction of Vollards Lane with Cock’s Lake Lane, Saltash.
The man is believed to have been wearing a hooded jumper, light tracksuit bottoms and light-coloured trainers thought to have been ‘Polo Ralph Lauren Train 86’.
Police have released the image of a man they believe may be able to assist with their enquiries.
Call police with information on 101, or email email@example.com, quoting crime reference CR/082722/21.
Crime no: CR/082722/21
Officer no: 13147
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