Domino’s Skegness Theft CCTV Appeal

Police want to question a man in relation to the theft at Skegness Domino’s

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Lincolnshire Police are asking for people to have a look at an image they have released in relation to a theft that took place at Skegness Domino’s on Lumley Road.

According to Lincolnshire Police, the main is alleged to have stolen a cash register draw, at around 1.30am on October 1.

It is believed the man entered the Lumley Road premises and removed a cash register from underneath the serving counter before being chased away.

The fitted CCTV caught the intruder, and that image has been released by Lincolnshire Police.

A spokesman for Lincolnshire Police explained that the incident happened when the staff were distracted and dealing with a delivery.

Police are appealing to help identify a man who is alleged to have stolen a cash register drawer from Domino’s Pizza in Skegness before being chased away.

The man has been described as white with tanned complexion, aged in his mid to late 20s, of slim to medium build with light coloured hair.

He was wearing a dark tracksuit with three white stripes on the shoulder and a white band around the middle.

A Domino’s staff member tried to chase him but backed off when they were threatened by the suspect with a knife.

Police are asking people to look at the image and contact them if they know who the man is. People can call the police on 101 and quoting incident 14 of October 1.

Alternatively, you can email force.control@lincs.police.uk and use the same incident number as reference in the subject box.

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