Man hunted by police after two fuel thefts from Bradford supermarket

Man hunted by police after two fuel thefts from Bradford supermarket

Man hunted by police after two fuel thefts from Bradford supermarket

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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Reporter

A MAN is being hunted by police in connection with two fuel thefts within six days from a Bradford supermarket.

The offences happened on July 21 and July 26 at Asda on Rooley Lane. About £30 of fuel was taken in the first theft.

Police believe the same man was responsible for both thefts.

He is described as Asian and aged in his late 20s. He was wearing sunglasses and a dark-coloured baseball cap on both occasions.

In the first incident the suspect was wearing a hi-visibility vest and a dark-coloured T-shirt. In the second he was wearing a sky-blue T-shirt and off-white trousers, and carrying a small bag.

Anyone who recognises him can contact police on 101.

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