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Police seek two men after elderly lady’s handbag taken from trolley in Shenfield

10:02 07 February 2014

Police wish to speak to these men in connection with a theft. Picture: Essex Police

Police wish to speak to these men in connection with a theft. Picture: Essex Police

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Police are seeking two men in connection with the theft of an elderly lady’s handbag.

While shopping in Tesco, in Shenfield, the lady in her 70s had her handbag lifted from her shopping trolley at about 4pm on January 2.

The bag contained cards, gift vouchers and cash.

Anyone with information should contact Pc Edward Gosling, or his colleagues in Brentwood, on 101, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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