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Have you seen Daniel Taylor?

November 13, 2014, 6:38 pm

Police are asking the public for their help in locating a man who they wish to speak to in connection with a number of incidents in the Potters Bar, St Albans and Hitchin areas.

Officers would like to speak with thirty-five year old Daniel Taylor, believed to be in the Barnet area, in connection with the following incidents:

  • An alleged theft from the BP service station in Potters Bar on July 26.
  • An alleged public order offence that occurred in the Sainsburys service station in Marshalswick Lane, St Albans, on September 8, where a member of staff was threatened with serious violence.
  • An alleged theft of meat from the same service station in St Albans on September 12.
  • An alleged theft of alcohol from the Co-Operative store in Potters Bar on September 12.
  • An alleged public order offence that occurred at the same store in Potters Bar on the same day in September, where a member of staff was threatened with serious violence.
  • An alleged theft of meat from the BP service station in Potters Bar on September 26.
  • An alleged theft of food from the Sainsburys service station in Marshalswick Lane, St Albans on October 10.
  • An alleged theft of meat and fish from the Tesco Express store in Hatfield Road, St Albans on October 27.
  • An alleged theft of food from the BP service station in Stevenage Road, Hitchin on November 6.
  • An alleged theft of food from the same service station in Hitchin on Tuesday, November 11.

Police investigating these incidents would like to speak with Daniel Taylor, who is of no fixed address, urgently as it is believed he may be able to assist officers with their enquiries.

Anyone who sees him should call the police straight away via 999. Anyone who has any information about his whereabouts, should contact PC Jon Singleton via Hertfordshire Constabularys non-emergency number 101.

101 – The police non-emergency number

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Find out more information about 101 by following this link.

 
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