PHOTOS: Police looking for man who may have information on Honiton burglary

PUBLISHED: 14:16 18 April 2018 | UPDATED: 09:20 20 April 2018

Police are looking to speak to this man.

Police are looking to speak to this man.

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Images have been released of a man who police are looking to speak to in connection with a burglary in Honiton.

Police are looking to speak to this man.Police are looking to speak to this man.

The incident happened at around 2.30pm on Thursday, January 4 2018, in New Street.

A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said: “The offender broke into a property on New Street and took a wallet from a dining table whilst the victim was asleep in the lounge.

“The following day, the victim’s credit cards were used in Exeter and in Birmingham city centre by an unknown person.”

Officers are investigating the incident and would like to identify this man as he may have information vital to the investigation.

Police are looking to speak to this man.Police are looking to speak to this man.

Anyone who recognises them or has any information about the incident is asked to contact police via 101@dc.police.uk or by calling 101 quoting CR/01964/18.

Police are looking to speak to this man.Police are looking to speak to this man.

Police are looking to speak to this man.Police are looking to speak to this man.

Police are looking to speak to this man.Police are looking to speak to this man.


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