CCTV images released after Milton Keynes woman's phone and bank cards were stolen in Greggs

Thames Valley Police are appealing to witnesses after a woman's personal property was stolen in the pastry shop.

Friday, 12th March 2021, 3:57 pm

A woman in her 40s had her phone and bank cards stolen in Greggs after she accidently left it on the counter.

The store in question is on Queensway in Bletchley, the incident took place at around 2pm on Wednesday 9 December 2020.

The bank cards sealed in the phone case were used to make contactless payments at several shops along Queensway.

Thames Valley Police want to speak to this pair in connection to a theft in Bletchley in December 2020
Thames Valley Police want to speak to this pair in connection to a theft in Bletchley in December 2020

Investigating officer PC Laura Smith, based at Milton Keynes police station said: “We are releasing this image as we believe that the people pictured may have information that could assist us in our investigation. If you recognise these people, or think it might be you, please get in touch.

“You can make a report online or by calling 101 and quoting reference 43200416489.

“Alternatively, if you wish to remain 100% anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

Update: Thames Valley Police confirmed at around 15:30pm that both the man and woman have been identified.

A spokesperson for the Thames Valley Police released the following statement: "Thames Valley Police released an image of a man and woman they wanted to speak to today (March 12) following a theft in Bletchley.

"The man and woman in the image has now been identified and as such our appeal has been taken down.

"Thank you to the public and media who shared our appeal."