Suspects are accused of stealing floor tiles worth £220 from B&Q in Leyton Mills on June 8

Pair sought over B&Q theft

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Police have released CCTV images of shop thieves. 

The pair are accused of shoplifting at B&Q in Leyton Mills Retail Park, in Marshall Road, on June 8.

They entered the store at around 1:30pm and were captured on camera loading twelve boxes of floor tiles worth £220 onto the trolley.

Shortly after, they are seen wheeling the trolley out of the store. 

The CCTV images have been released to the Guardian as part of a joint venture with the Metropolitan Police to identify potential perpetrators of unsolved crimes in the borough.

Anyone with information is asked contact Waltham Forest police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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8:02am Tue 15 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

Why are the police playing private security guards for a shop that never has enough staff or security?
Why are the police playing private security guards for a shop that never has enough staff or security? Villagecranberry
  • Score: 6

9:00am Tue 15 Jul 14

Howard Wolowitz says...

If the punishment was enough to deter crime the stores would not need security staff and the police could do what they are paid for.
If the punishment was enough to deter crime the stores would not need security staff and the police could do what they are paid for. Howard Wolowitz
  • Score: 3

11:18am Tue 15 Jul 14

jonny mash says...

The police need to keep their ears to the ground in the hunt for these floor tiles
The police need to keep their ears to the ground in the hunt for these floor tiles jonny mash
  • Score: 2

12:11pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Thunderbird4 says...

If I invited people into my house, it would be down to me to make sure no one walked off with my family jewels. It seems the shop did not use its paid family members to keep watch, so now they ask the people nest door to help.

Something different: The tiles aren't worth £200, they are valued at £200; some shops will have a different value for the same tiles.
My family jewels are priceless, but granny paid £50 for them; the jeweller paid £20, to the people who made them, and they paid peanuts to the people who sweated digging them out the diamond and gold mines.
If I invited people into my house, it would be down to me to make sure no one walked off with my family jewels. It seems the shop did not use its paid family members to keep watch, so now they ask the people nest door to help. Something different: The tiles aren't worth £200, they are valued at £200; some shops will have a different value for the same tiles. My family jewels are priceless, but granny paid £50 for them; the jeweller paid £20, to the people who made them, and they paid peanuts to the people who sweated digging them out the diamond and gold mines. Thunderbird4
  • Score: -2

3:45pm Tue 15 Jul 14

T. Watts says...

GOSH CORNBEEFUR!!!

Three of your glove puppets in a row!!! Must have been a slow day...
GOSH CORNBEEFUR!!! Three of your glove puppets in a row!!! Must have been a slow day... T. Watts
  • Score: -3

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