Can you help catch alcohol thief?

Can you help catch alcohol thief?

Can you help catch alcohol thief?

First published in News

POLICE want to speak to this woman about the theft of £150 of alcohol.

A woman went in to Waitrose in Billericay High Street at about 7.25pm on Thursday, July 31, and took six bottles off the shelves and left without making any attempt to pay for them.

She is white, aged between 30 and 40, is short with very long black hair.

She was wearing a white trousers, a white top with a dark patterned on it, sandals and had a pair of sunglasses on her head.

Anybody who recognises the woman from the CCTV image is asked to contact Pc Paula Hopkins at the Basildon Retail Crime Unit on Essex Police 101.

People can also leave information anonymously via independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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10:09am Thu 21 Aug 14

Howard Cháse says...

Looks rich. Is her name Carol?
Looks rich. Is her name Carol? Howard Cháse
  • Score: 0

3:43pm Thu 21 Aug 14

alert says...

Looks like she put em down her top !!
Looks like she put em down her top !! alert
  • Score: 0

10:53pm Thu 21 Aug 14

LoopyLou88 says...

this is where we find out it's waitrose own brand... honestly if your gona steal from waitrose do a decent job and go for some expensive stuff.
this is where we find out it's waitrose own brand... honestly if your gona steal from waitrose do a decent job and go for some expensive stuff. LoopyLou88
  • Score: -1

10:22am Fri 22 Aug 14

Nelly99 says...

Robin Reliant wrote:
Nelly99 wrote: Oh come on. If your securety is so lax that someone can just walk out without paying you deserve to be robbed. I live in a world where you pay for what you want but some people don't have those values. Supermarkets really need to tighten their securety or shut up! Don't winge when you offer everything for zip and then complain that people are trying to rob you.
What a dumb comment from a right proper divvy. What are you suggesting shops should do? frisk people upon leaving, body scanners or what?
Sorry I,m not clever like you Delboy. Perhaps if you could eke out a proper definition from your meagre vocabulary. Only scousers say divvy and I,ve never been sure what it means. You'd know I suppose. My point was a valid one. If you don't have proper security it is a sad fact that people will try and rob you. Most supermarkets do actually scan you as you leave though I,ve never seen one of those cardboard policeman chase anyone. Perhaps you could try making a valid point yourself rather than fling insults about.
[quote][p][bold]Robin Reliant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nelly99[/bold] wrote: Oh come on. If your securety is so lax that someone can just walk out without paying you deserve to be robbed. I live in a world where you pay for what you want but some people don't have those values. Supermarkets really need to tighten their securety or shut up! Don't winge when you offer everything for zip and then complain that people are trying to rob you.[/p][/quote]What a dumb comment from a right proper divvy. What are you suggesting shops should do? frisk people upon leaving, body scanners or what?[/p][/quote]Sorry I,m not clever like you Delboy. Perhaps if you could eke out a proper definition from your meagre vocabulary. Only scousers say divvy and I,ve never been sure what it means. You'd know I suppose. My point was a valid one. If you don't have proper security it is a sad fact that people will try and rob you. Most supermarkets do actually scan you as you leave though I,ve never seen one of those cardboard policeman chase anyone. Perhaps you could try making a valid point yourself rather than fling insults about. Nelly99
  • Score: 0

10:28am Fri 22 Aug 14

J Arthur Rank says...

Nelly99 wrote:
Robin Reliant wrote:
Nelly99 wrote: Oh come on. If your securety is so lax that someone can just walk out without paying you deserve to be robbed. I live in a world where you pay for what you want but some people don't have those values. Supermarkets really need to tighten their securety or shut up! Don't winge when you offer everything for zip and then complain that people are trying to rob you.
What a dumb comment from a right proper divvy. What are you suggesting shops should do? frisk people upon leaving, body scanners or what?
Sorry I,m not clever like you Delboy. Perhaps if you could eke out a proper definition from your meagre vocabulary. Only scousers say divvy and I,ve never been sure what it means. You'd know I suppose. My point was a valid one. If you don't have proper security it is a sad fact that people will try and rob you. Most supermarkets do actually scan you as you leave though I,ve never seen one of those cardboard policeman chase anyone. Perhaps you could try making a valid point yourself rather than fling insults about.
Nice to see you're a fast learner, Nelly. Yes, it's "Security" and not "Securety". Now please move on to the next exercise. The plural of Policeman is Policemen.
[quote][p][bold]Nelly99[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Robin Reliant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nelly99[/bold] wrote: Oh come on. If your securety is so lax that someone can just walk out without paying you deserve to be robbed. I live in a world where you pay for what you want but some people don't have those values. Supermarkets really need to tighten their securety or shut up! Don't winge when you offer everything for zip and then complain that people are trying to rob you.[/p][/quote]What a dumb comment from a right proper divvy. What are you suggesting shops should do? frisk people upon leaving, body scanners or what?[/p][/quote]Sorry I,m not clever like you Delboy. Perhaps if you could eke out a proper definition from your meagre vocabulary. Only scousers say divvy and I,ve never been sure what it means. You'd know I suppose. My point was a valid one. If you don't have proper security it is a sad fact that people will try and rob you. Most supermarkets do actually scan you as you leave though I,ve never seen one of those cardboard policeman chase anyone. Perhaps you could try making a valid point yourself rather than fling insults about.[/p][/quote]Nice to see you're a fast learner, Nelly. Yes, it's "Security" and not "Securety". Now please move on to the next exercise. The plural of Policeman is Policemen. J Arthur Rank
  • Score: 2
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