CCTV appeal: golf shop theft

PUBLISHED: 16:22 01 December 2008 | UPDATED: 21:37 31 May 2010

Have you seen this man?

Have you seen this man?

AN IMAGE of a suspect who may have been involved in a theft from a golf shop has been released by police who are now appealing for the public s help. A thief entered the Pro Golf shop inside Saffron Walden Golf Club on Windmill Hill, Saffron Walden, betw

AN IMAGE of a suspect who may have been involved in a theft from a golf shop has been released by police who are now appealing for the public's help.

A thief entered the Pro Golf shop inside Saffron Walden Golf Club on Windmill Hill, Saffron Walden, between 8.45am and 8.55am on Saturday September 6.

After selecting a £300 Motocaddy golfing trolley, which was still in its box, from the display, he left the store making no attempt to pay. The value of the stolen trolley is approximately £300.

The suspect is described as a white male in his late 30s with a slim to medium build. He was clean shaven, had a skinhead and was wearing a beige padded waist length coat.

Anyone with information about who this man is should contact

PC James Eccleston at Saffron Walden Police Station on 0300 333 4444.

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