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Police want to speak to 23-year-old Hornchurch man in connection with Brentwood robbery

PUBLISHED: 09:36 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:36 16 November 2017

Police would like to talk to Cormac Doolin, 23, in connection with a robbery in Brentwood. Photo: Essex Police

Police would like to talk to Cormac Doolin, 23, in connection with a robbery in Brentwood. Photo: Essex Police

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Essex Police are appealing for help tracing a man from Hornchurch they would like to speak to in connection with a robbery in Brentwood.

Officers would like to locate 23-year-old Cormac Doolin, from Hornchurch, following an incident in Brentwood High Street at around 12.45pm on Wednesday, October 11, after a man was robbed of a cash box.

Doolin is described as being 5ft 10ins and of a stocky build. He often uses the aliases Doolin, Cormac Michael and Doolin Cormack.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Brentwood CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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