A 27-year-old man, Tomas Lloyd is wanted in connection with a total of 10 incidents, including the Tesco in River Way, Andover
Their officers are directing a number of enquiries to locate him over the Christmas season, but Tomas continues to evade the Police
The must up-to-date incident happened yesterday (6th January) in River Way, Tesco where an unknown amount of cash was stolen from the till. This incident took place precisely at 8:50 pm.
Police are investigating and wish for the public to support them in finding 27-year-old Tomas.
Police would also like to speak to the 27-year-old, of no fixed abode, about the following:
- Cash was snatched from a till at the Highlands Road service station Co-op in Fareham at around 10.45pm on 21 December.
- More than £500 cash was stolen from a till in Aldi on Mumby Road, Gosport, at around 6.30pm on 22 December.
- A small quantity of cash was snatched from a till in Co-op on Arundel Drive, Fareham, at around 8.30pm on 23 December.
- Cash was snatched from a till in Martins on Corn Market, Romsey, shortly after 4pm on 27 December.
- Approximately £120 cash was stolen from a till in Co-op on Botley Road, Romsey, shortly before 7pm on 30 December.
- Between 5.30pm and 6pm on 2 January 2019, a man stole around £135 from a till in Aldi on Broadwater Road, Romsey.
- An unknown quantity of coins were stolen from a till in Waitrose on Alma Road, Romsey, between 5pm and 6pm on 3 January.
- A robbery in which a man pushed a member of staff in the Co-op on Warren Gardens, Romsey, whilst grabbing money from the till between 5.30pm and 5.45pm on 4 January.
- More than £200 cash was stolen from a till in Co-op on Anton Farm Road, Andover, at around 10.15pm on 5 January.
Tomas is described as white, around 6ft tall, slim but athletic build, with scruffy dark hair, stubble, a tribal symbol tattoo on his right arm and a star tattoo on his left hand.
Detective Inspector Howard Broadribb said: “We have now seen 10 businesses targeted over a two week period and want to put a stop to this offending before it escalates further.
“We are keen to locate and speak with Tomas Lloyd as part of our enquiries, so if you have seen him or know where he is, please call us immediately.
“I would like to remind people that anyone found to be harbouring him to deliberately obstruct our attempts to locate him may be committing an offence and be liable for arrest themselves.”
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If you have any information, please contact us on 101, quoting 44180480110, or call the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.