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Police release CCTV image of alleged shoplifting in Ulverston

POLICE investigating an allegation of theft from a charity shop in Ulverston have released a CCTV image in a bid to trace the offender.

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Officers are investigating an alleged theft from Animal Welfare in Upper Brook Street at 3.25pm on November 8.

During the incident, it is believed a woman, described as aged in her 40s to 50s with just-past-shoulder-length dark hair and a fringe, took clothing from the store.

She was wearing a large, grey, black and white coat and was carrying a large shoulder bag.

Officers have been making enquiries and have today released a CCTV image in the hope that the woman pictured comes forward to help police with their enquiries.

The woman pictured was seen in the store around the time the offence took place so police believe she may have information that can help them.

If this is you, or if you think you know who this could be, please contact PC Michelle Milburn on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Im sure people can make a lucrative business for themselves, stealing then selling their ill gotten gains via online aution sites... Unfortunately, a sign of the times and of the unscrupulous, dishonest and immoral few that could actually steal from a charity. Shame on you woman!!

Posted by Lou Beale on 20 December 2012 at 11:57

Disgraceful theiving from the poor abandondoned animals!!! I agree Carl. Total scum !!

Posted by Jan on 20 December 2012 at 00:37

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