Local News | Police Appeal - Alcohol Theft in LudgershallWiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses after two men were involved in the theft of alcohol from the Co-op on Andover Road in Ludgershall.

The theft took place around 8.10pm on Friday 5th June 2015 involving the two men in the attached pictures.

The man in the dark top entered the store first and picked up a pint of milk and a loaf of bread. The second man, in the chequered shirt, then entered the store selected some bottles of alcohol and left without paying for them. The man with the bread and milk left them by the tills, saying he had forgotten his wallet, before leaving the shop.

The first male is described as white, of medium build with short dark hair, about 6ft tall, wearing blue jeans, black and white trainers, a black short sleeved T shirt with red letterings of 23 at the bottom left side and either 50 or 80 on the chest.

The second male was white, of medium build with short dark hair, about 5’9″ tall, in his late 30’s, wearing blue jeans, white trainers and a long sleeved, chequered, button down shirt.

PC Richard Chula from Wiltshire Police said: “I would like to hear from anyone who may have seen one or both of these men in or around the shop at this time or who may recognise them. “Please contact me on 101 or leave details anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Local News | Police Appeal - Alcohol Theft in Ludgershall

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