Detectives who have recovered suspected surveillance
footage are renewing their appeal for anyone with information to
come forward – with four images being released.
Haworth, of Dorset
Police CID, said: “We have
recovered some more images from what we believe to be surveillance
footage of premises possibly in the west of Dorset.
“They show several locations, two women who we
believe are staff, a person in work uniform, and a man in a red
jacket walking past a red bricked building.
“One of the photos shows a plaque seen through
some double doors that has the wording, ‘Supported by South
Somerset’ with the logo of the South Somerset Council
“I am keen to identify the businesses in these
images to find out if they have been a victim of crime and to
ensure that their security has not been compromised.
“I particularly would like to speak to the
people shown in the pictures to see if they have any information
that can help me with my investigation. I would like to make it
clear that the people seen in these images are purely witnesses to
any possible offences and are not in any sort of trouble but I
believe that they will be able to identify the locations in the
“Anyone who recognises the locations or the
people pictured should contact Dorset Police urgently on 101.”
Witnesses and anyone with information
should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101. Alternatively, call
the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where
mobile phone tariffs may apply.