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The Met need your help
12th February 2015

DCI Mick Neville appeals to London Live viewers for help finding a number of suspects wanted by the police. 
If you have any information relating to these crimes, be sure to be in touch with authorities. 
If you have any information about any of these cases please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or on their website

Case 1. Burglary

The venue of this offence is a branch of Tesco Express. 
Four suspects arrived on two mopeds at about 2:35 am. They gained entry to the shop by repeatedly smashing a window with a sledgehammer and fence post base. 
When one of the suspects managed to get inside the store a smoke device was activated and the suspects sped away.
Crime number: 2801555/15

Case 2. Theft of shoes

The victim purchased a pair of shoes from TK Maxx and then went to the venue. 
He then discovered his shoes had been taken and when the CCTV was later checked, the suspect was initially captured.
Crime number: 2829198/14 22/12/14

Case 3. Grievous Bodily harm

The venue is a 24-hour food shop where the victims work.
The suspects were in an alleyway next to the shop. They alleyway is known for anti social behaviour and drinking. 
One of the victims decided to speak to the group where they assaulted him.
The victim ran back to the shop, pursued by the group. 
He was joined by his two work colleagues who were also assaulted by the group of suspects. 
The victims suffered cuts, bruises and a back injury.
Crime number: 2527177/14 01/11/14

Case 4. Burglary

The venue of this offence is a café. 

The two suspects tried to haggle with the owner over the price of food as they claimed they didn’t have much money. 
A price was agreed and the victim began to cook the food. 
One of the suspects then began arguing with the victim, which distracted him. 
The second suspect then put his hand through a hatch into the staff area and stole the victim’s mobile phone.
Crime number: 4901148/15

Case 5. Criminal damage

The venue is a building undergoing renovation work and was surrounded by scaffolding at the time of the offence. 
A member of staff noticed that graffiti had been sprayed on the building and when the CCTV was checked, an image of the suspect crawling along the scaffolding was obtained.
Crime number: 2728839/14

Case 6. Exposure

The victim was with another adult and two children in a car sitting in traffic. 
The suspect walked past the vehicle and was paying attention to the front seat passenger. 
She wound her window up at which point the suspect exposed himself by dropping his trousers. 
He then came close up to the front passenger window still exposing himself before making off.
Crime number: 3300585/15 10/01/15

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