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Luton bar burglaries, do you know this man?
September 24, 2012, 3:16 pm
Bedfordshire Police have released CCTV images of a man that they would like to speak to in connection with two burglaries that have taken place in licensed premises in Luton.
Detectives believe that the same individual raided both Kink Bar in Dunstable Place, Luton, and Flames Nightclub in Wellington Street, Luton, and are keen to speak with the individual pictured who was caught on CCTV in both locations on those dates.
The first burglary took place at around 6.15am on Sunday August 19 at Kink Bar when the offender broke into the premises and then forced open a number of gaming machines. Following the raid, he cycled along Stuart Street and towards Cardiff Road.
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The second offence took place between 3.45pm and 5.10pm on Sunday September 2 when the offender smashed a small window at the rear of the club to gain entry. The offender then forced open two gaming machines and stole two safes which both contained a large sum of money before fleeing on a bike.
In both offences the male caught on CCTV is a white male, with a bald/shaved head, wearing a hooded top and blue jeans, carrying an Umbro sports rucksack and riding a mountain bike.
Detective Constable Graham Bond, who is investigating these burglaries, is keen to hear from anyone who may recognise the offender or may have been in either area at the time that the offences took place.
If you have information relating to either of these burglaries, please contact DC Bond at Bedfordshire Police, in confidence, on the non-emergency number 101, or text information to 07786 200011.
Alternatively contact independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111,or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.
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