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CCTV stills released after 86-year-old's home is burgled in Normanton

Posted on 24th February 2017

We have released CCTV stills of a man we would like to speak to after a bank card, which was stolen from a property in Normanton, was used at a store in Derby.

Sometime between 4pm and 9.15pm on Thursday, November 10, thieves broke into the home of an 86-year-old woman on St Clares Close in Normanton by forcing a window.

They carried out an untidy search and made off with a haul of items including a bank card, Nokia Experia phone, and a variety of jewellery. This included a Lapis Lazuli necklace, a gold necklace with an amber stone, three marcasite rings, and a range of women’s watches.

Following the burglary, we have been carrying out extensive enquiries and three people, aged 18, 19, and 21, were arrested on suspicion of burglary and later bailed.

As enquiries continue, we have released CCTV images of a man we would like to speak to after a bank card, believed to have been stolen in the burglary, was used at Joy’s Minimart on Stockbrook Street in Derby later that day.

Do you recognise the man in the images? If so call PC Alex Pierrepont on 101 quoting occurrence number 16000363544.

You can also send him a message online here

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