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Do you recognise this man?
Local officers have today (10 Oct) released CCTV images of man that they would like to speak in connection with a spree of criminal damage incidents in the Eastleigh area overnight on Thursday 15 September and Friday 16 September.
The incidents being investigated, include:
• A window being smashed at a business premises on Upper Market Street between 5pm on Thursday 15 September and 11am on Friday 16 September
• A window being smashed at a charity shop on Leigh Road overnight on Thursday 15 September and Friday 16 September
• The screen of an ATM machine screen being damaged at Halifax bank on Wells Place overnight on Thursday 15 September and Friday 16 September
• Damage caused to windows and a door at a business premises on Market Street between 3.30am and 3.40am on Friday 16 September
• Damage caused to windows of a charitiable organisation on Eastleigh High Street between 3.30am and 3.40am on Friday 16 September
• A window and an ATM machine screen damaged at Llyods TSB on Upper Market Street between 8.54am and 9.09am on Friday 16 September
Officers have carried out initial enquiries in the local – including CCTV scoping and review – and have identified someone that they would like to speak with in connection with the incidents.
Do you know who this man is? Do you recognise him? Perhaps you have seen him in the local area recently?
Anyone with information relating to these incidents is asked to call 101, quoting crime reference number 44220377333.
Or you can go online and submit information via this link https://www.hampshire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/cor/tell-us-about-existing-case-report/.
Alternatively, you can contact independent charity, Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555 111.