Police release further e-fit of man following incidents in Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Immingham
POLICE have released a new e-fit image of a man they want to speak to following incidents on Castle Street in Grimsby, George Street in Cleethorpes and Pelham Road in Immingham.
As reported, at around 4.30pm on Wednesday, October 10, a man in his 60s was approached by an unknown male who asked him for access to an alleyway on Castle Street.
The man and the suspect walked together for a short distance and engaged in conversation before the man returned to his house and the unknown man left, possibly in a black coloured vehicle and in the company of two other men.
As the victim went upstairs, he noticed that a search had been made of one of the rooms and an amount of cash had been stolen.
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In another incident between 12pm and 3pm on Wednesday, October 10, an elderly man heard a noise at the front door of his home on George Street in Cleethorpes. When he went to see what it was, a man entered the house whilst two men stood outside. The man asked to look in the back way and tried to walk through the property, but the resident refused to allow him to and the man left. Nothing was stolen.
At the same address on Wednesday, October 17, somebody, who is believed to be the same man, entered the property whilst the resident was inside. He again asked for access to the back of the property and, when refused access, left in the direction of St Peter’s Avenue. Again nothing was stolen.
Between 4pm and 5.15pm the same day, another incident took place on Pelham Road in Immingham. A man approached a homeowner and claimed that he could carry out some work for him at the address. He then left saying he would be back at a later date. The occupant later noticed that a small amount of money and items of jewellery had been stolen from the house.
Each of the victims have provided police with a description of the offender. Two images have now been released of who is believed to be the same man.
The main suspect is a white man, aged in his 50s with grey hair who was wearing a brown deer stalker hat, a brown woollen coat and dark coloured trousers. This is the man police believe has spoken to the residents of all the properties.
The two other men, who are thought to have been with him, possibly during all three incidents, are described as two white men aged in their 20s. One of the men had blonde hair and wearing a black Adidas tracksuit with silver stripes down the legs. The other man was wearing a dark coloured tracksuit.
Anyone who may have information in connection with the incidents is asked to call Humberside Police tel 101 quoting crime reference 1835181.