Police seek woman following Honiton shop theft
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A woman is being sought by police in connection with a theft from Boots in Honiton.
A police spokesman said the woman pictured entered Boots on High Street, Honiton on Friday, April 22, between 11.15am and 11.30am. She was with a man who is not shown in the still.
The spokesman said they were seen to select items and place them in a shopping basket, then go to a corner of the shop and transfer the items into a black handbag. They did this twice before leaving the shop without paying for the items.
The woman, aged between 30 - 40 years, set off at a run on leaving the shop, the spokesman said.
Officers are keen to identify her. Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101, quoting reference CR/27168/16
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