Police release CCTV image of man wanted in connection with Chesterfield assault

Derbyshire Constabulary have released CCTV images of a number of wanted suspects and witnesses, including a Chesterfield man who is wanted after a victim was hit with an unbroken bottle.

Thursday, 1st April 2021, 5:07 pm

The force uploaded the images online today (April 1) in an attempt to trace several offenders who are claimed to have committed or witnessed crimes on camera in Chesterfield.

A picture of a man in a grey hoodie, taken outside Queen’s Park was released as officers are keen to speak to him about an alleged assault.

It comes after a victim was hit with an unbroken bottle on Sunday, March 28.

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Officers are keen to locate the male pictured above in relation to an assault in Queen's Park, Chesterfield.
Officers are keen to locate the male pictured above in relation to an assault in Queen's Park, Chesterfield.

Officers also circulated an image of two women wearing face coverings who police want to speak to in connection with the theft of a purse in Marks and Spencer on High Street.

Police said an innocent person was distracted in the store on February 26 by a female arriving at the tills and then later discovered her purse had gone.

The force said they are keen to speak to both women pictured in the CCTV footage.

A man and a woman are also sought by officers in connection with an instance of theft by finding in Chesterfield on February 17.

Police are seeking two women who were caught on CCTV in Marks and Spencer on February 2 over the theft of a purse.

An innocent person allegedly lost cash outside Love Coffee in the town centre and a man and a woman who were seen to be picking up the purse.

The images may be of both potential suspects or witnesses.

Anyone who recognises people in these images should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and quoting the reference number on their image.

Residents are reminded not to identify anybody on Facebook.

Derbyshire Constabulary are appealing for the public to help them find a man and a woman who are suspected of committing theft by finding in Chesterfield.

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