Penarth police are trying to identify two burglars caught on camera in what appears to be a bike shed or bike-store.
The camera-shy criminals are wearing buttoned anoraks with hoods and appear to be brandishing mobile phones – which are often used as torches.
Although the burglary was committed on September 13th 2017 – it’s only now that South Wales Police have issued the CCTV images of the two crooks – both of whom the police say are “men”.
Police say “Anyone who believes they can identify either individual, or who has any information which could assist with enquiries, is asked to contact us via 101, quoting reference 1700358607″.
Meanwhile local residents in St Augustines have raised concerns about two – possibly three – youths wearing hoodies who claimed to be charity collectors. They were calling on households after dark last night purporting to be collecting for a cancer research “charity”.
The youths were not taking any notice of “No Nuisance Callers” stickers issued to householders by South Wales Police.
The bilingual police stickers are intended to deter doorstep traders and collectors and protect vulnerable householders who may live alone and not wish to be disturbed by cold callers.