Police want to speak to man in connection with card theft and £22,000 fraud

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Police want to speak to man in connection with card theft and £22,000 fraud. Photo: Essex Police
Police want to speak to man in connection with card theft and £22,000 fraud. Photo: Essex Police

Essex Police want to speak to a man in connection with a theft and subsequent fraud totalling more than £20,000.

The incidents took place between June 14 and 15 when two bank cards and phone sim cards were stolen from the victim’s locker at David Lloyd Chigwell, in Buckhurst Hill.

The bank cards were used numerous times to make purchases which totalled £22,000.

The cards were used in various Apple stores in London and in various other retail premises in London.

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Echo: The man police want to speak to. Photo: Essex Police
Echo: The man police want to speak to. Photo: Essex Police

The man police want to speak to. Photo: Essex Police

Anyone with information about the incident, or the identity of the man pictured, is asked to contact police.

Quote the crime reference number 42/153800/22.

You can submit a report on the Essex Police website or by using the online Live Chat service available Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) between 10am-9pm.

Visit www.essex.police.uk/digital101 to find out more about the website reporting services.

Alternatively, you can call police on 101.

To make an anonymous report, contact independent charity Crimestoppers, by visiting their website or by calling 0800 555 111.