Police want to question this man after stolen bank card is used in shop

POLICE investigating a burglary in Hambrook are appealing for help in identifying this man.

He was recorded on CCTV in a shop where a bank card stolen during the incident was used.

Officers say tools and food were stolen from the garage of a house in Bristol Road overnight between 10pm on February 20 and 5.30am on February 21.

The bank card was stolen from a car parked on the drive.

Police say they hope the man in the CCTV picture, which was recorded in a shop in Lockleaze, “can assist our enquiries”.

He is white, between 40 and 50 years old and has dark, receding hair.

Anyone who recognises the man, or believes they may have witnessed the burglary, should call the police on 101 or online, quoting the crime reference number 5224 047 478.

The appeal comes soon after police warned residents of Frampton Cotterell, Coalpit Heath and Winterbourne to be on the alert after a series of incidents involving thefts from cars and sheds.