Man withdraws £7,074 in cash using fake passports

CCTV released in connection with a Herts Police fraud investigation

CCTV released in connection with a Herts Police fraud investigation

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Police are hunting for a man who used fake passports and false names to withdraw more than £7,000 in cash from travel bureaus.

Officers have today (Monday, May 16) issued CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with their investigation.

CCTV released in connection with a Herts Police fraud investigation

CCTV released in connection with a Herts Police fraud investigation

In February and April this year, the suspect visited several travel bureaus in seven different Sainsbury’s supermarkets across the county and fraudulently withdrew the cash.

> On February 28, £603 was withdrawn at Sainsbury’s in Harpenden;

> On April 3, £516 was withdrawn at Sainsbury’s in Apsley Mills, Hemel Hempstead;

> On April 3, £917 was withdrawn at Sainbury’s in Everard Close, St Albans;

> On April 5, £1,300 was withdrawn at Sainsbury’s Dome Roundabout store in Garston;

> On April 9, £1,376 was withdrawn at Sainsbury’s in Everard Close, St Albans;

> On April 15, £605 was withdrawn at Sainsbury’s in the High Street, Harpenden;

> On April 20, there were three withdrawals of £585, £587 and £585 from the Sainsbury’s Dome Roundabout store in Garston.

Anyone who recognises the man pictured above, or has any other information about these crimes, is asked to call T/Detective Constable Gareth John on non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference F1/16/1700.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or use their anonymous online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will not go to court.