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Help us find these suspect rogues.

1) this suspected sneak-in thief is in the frame for a burglary in which two valuable projectors were stolen.

A man broke into the training rooms of BPP Accountancy at Gunner House, Neville Street, Newcastle. The theft happened between 2.45pm and 3pm on Wednesday, March, 14. Two Epsom 1715 projectors each valued at pounds 1,100, were stolen.

Contact DC Dave Brown at Market Street CID on (0191) 2146555 ext 62151.

2) Two men went into the travel centre at Sunderland Railway Station on December 29, last year. One found an envelope on the floor and handed it in to staff. The man gave his name, believed to be Daniel Stephenson. On leaving, one of the men made a call on his mobile, shortly they met up with a woman. She went into the travel centre and claimed the envelope. The following day an elderly woman called in to ask if the envelope had been found. The envelope had contained a Christmas gift of pounds 80.

The first man is in his late teens to early 20s, slim, with short dark brown hair. At the time he wore a distinctive white zip-up top with a motif on the front. The second is in the same age group with dark brown hair. He wore a dark-coloured duffel coat. The woman with them was 15 to 19, 5ft 7in with blonde hair tied back in a pony tail. (recon 54/07)

If you can identify these suspects call the charity Crimestoppers hotline, giving the recon number, on 0800 555 111.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 3, 2007
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