CCTV appeal: Police probe series of thefts from cars

Police want to speak to these men about a theft from a car parked at New Pudsey Railway Station.

Police want to speak to these men about a theft from a car parked at New Pudsey Railway Station.

Police are hunting a group of thieves thought to be behind a series of thefts in West Yorkshire.

Officers want to speak to the men pictured in this CCTV image after the theft of a sat nav from a car parked in New Pudsey railway station.

Detective Inspector Mick Dawes, of British Transport Police, said: “Three men broke into a sliver Volkswagen Golf which was parked in the station car park and stole a sat nav.

“We believe this incident may be linked to a number of similar thefts that have taken place in the Bradford area over the past few months.

“If you recognise the men pictured, or have been offered a sat nav in suspicious circumstances then please call us.”

The theft took place on Wednesday, August 24, at around 7pm.

Contact British Transport Police by calling Freefone 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016, quoting reference 233 of 23/9.

Alternatively, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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