Two men hunted over string of burglaries at Plymouth shops
Two men are being hunted by Devon and Cornwall Police in connection with a number of convenience store burglaries in Plymouth.
Detectives have released images of two men following an incident at a shop on North Hill, Mutley on February 9.
One of the men distracted a member of staff while the second entered a private area at the rear of the premises and stolen a large amount of cash.
The first man is described as being 5ft 11 and of medium build. He was in his mid to late twenties and was dressed in a grey fleece and dark trousers.
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The second was 5ft 10, slightly larger build than the first and was wearing a dark, peeked woolly hat and dark blue waterproof coat.
Police are urging all shop staff to be vigilant for these men and anyone with information regarding these offences or their identity is asked to contact police on 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 quoting crime number EC/13/1325.
Note to Editors
Other shops were targeted in Peverell and Wolseley Road the same day.