Man forced entry to Cumbria supermarket to steal beer and chocolate buttons
Last updated at 12:25, Tuesday, 04 March 2014
A MAN forced his way his way into a Cumbria supermarket before it was open, taking cases of beer and two packets of chocolate buttons.
The man entered the Co-op store in Curzon Street, Maryport, on Sunday, by forcing open sliding doors.
Staff had been entering the store before it was open and the doors had been locked behind them. Staff told the man to leave, which he ignored and took two cases of Budweiser and the chocolate buttons.
When he attempted to leave the store, the staff tried to stop him, but he became aggressive and threatening. Fearing violence, the staff let him leave.
Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the incident, who may be able to assist the police with their enquiries.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101 and speak to PC Joanne Philip.
Alternatively, they can ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
First published at 12:15, Tuesday, 04 March 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
Have your say
Be the first to comment on this article!
Make your comment
- UPDATE: Family and friends pay tribute to man found dead in Windermere
- Four more convicted over brawl at Barrow game
- Percussion demo in Millom has positive impact
- Officials take advice on range of ideas for Grange historic lido
- Police investigating fail to stop road traffic collision in Barrow
- Police investigate Ulverston equestrian centre burglary
- Barrow teen hid bat in his shorts while on plant food
- Barrow council to recover costs of beached car removal
- Sacrifices may be needed to save Cumbria maternity services
- Cumbria bus strike threat looms if talks over working hours fail
- Barrow AFC defender to sign new two-year deal
- Barrow AFC keeper battle to heat up
- Barrow karate kid is magic on the mat: WITH PICTURE GALLERY
- Junior girls football league seeking to build on strong campaign (1 comment)
- Barrow ASC earn Diddy League title
- Cents bid to end their final hoodoo
- Furness ace Natasha scores hole-in-one
- Dalton chef Dave serves up a golfing treat
- Barrow Raiders hoping to roar in Lion's den
- Half-term report - foundations in place for Barrow Raiders success (1 comment)
- Boxing Star to inspire females in Barrow through Olympic and Paralympic legacy project
- WEDDING ALBUM: Sharna Forsyth and James Tyson
- TRAVEL REVIEW: Venice
- FOOD REVIEW: Punchbowl, Crosthwaite
- Time to forge better deal within the EU
- FOOD REVIEW: The Crown, North Scale, Walney
- TRAVEL REVIEW: Bali
- Toddler fights back from heart surgery
- Garden no safe place for birds
- WEDDING ALBUM: Gemma Jones and Craig Brown