Police want to trace man who stole beef joints from Bridlington Co-op store

Police hope to trace this man who stole two joints of beef from the Co-operative supermarket on York Road
Police hope to trace this man who stole two joints of beef from the Co-operative supermarket on York Road

Police in Bridlington want to trace this man, who stole two joints of beef from a local supermarket.

He entered the Co-operative on York Road, Bridlington at around 9am on March 27, and removed two joints of beef worth £20 from display.

Police say that the man then walked close to a pillar in the store and was captured on CCTV concealing the meat inside his rucksack.

He then picked up a packet of crisps and payed for them at the checkout, before making his way out of the store without paying for the concealed meat.

When challenged by a member of staff to open the bag, the man walked out of the store.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Humberside Police on the non emergency number 101, quoting crime reference number CW/19650212/13.