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Shoplifters take video games worth £2,000 from Carlisle store

Two shoplifters who stole video games worth £2,000 are being hunted by police.

The thieves struck between 2.45pm and 3.05pm on Friday January 24 at Carlisle's Warwick Road Tesco store.

The first suspect was an Asian male, who had a medium build, was about 6ft tall and about 30 years old. He had short dark hair, and a trimmed beard and moustache.

He was wearing a grey track suit top, with a black body warmer, grey track suit bottoms and white trainers.

He had a black and white shoulder bag, possibly with  a Puma logo on it.

The second man was white, in his late 20s, and had a slim build and was about 5ft 8ins tall with brown hair. He was wearing a dark coloured jacket, dark jeans, and brown shoes.

He carried a brown leather shoulder bag.

Anybody who can help the investigation should contact police as soon as possible.

He carried a brown leather shoulder bag.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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