Police appeal for witnesses after shoplifting offences in Wealden

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Police are appealing for witnesses following a spate of shoplifting in the Wealden area.

These people (pictured) were captured on CCTV in shops around the time these offences were committed.

Police said there was a report of a man was seen walking out of Asda in North Street, Hailsham, with a trolley full of shopping, allegedly without paying on October 6 at 2pm.

He was aged in his late 20s, 5ft10, of medium build, with dark spiky hair, shaven on each side and a dark thin beard.

He was wearing a grey t-shirt, blue jeans, and black trainers with white stripes.

Police said four bottles of wine were stolen from the Co-op store, Cophall roundabout, in Polegate, on September 3 allegedly by a man with a tanned complexion.

He was wearing a cap and three quarter length blue trousers and a red t-shirt.

Police said three men went into the Co-op in Heathfield High Street on August 27 and allegedly stole 13 bottles of Jack Daniels whisky and two women went to the BP garage in South Road, Hailsham, at 7.15pm on August 23 and allegedly stole two bottles of wine.

Sergeant Howard Nevill said: “We need help from the public in identifying these people and to help reduce the instances of shoplifting in the area.”

If you recognise anyone call Sussex police on 101 quoting serial 0896 of 6/10.