Thefts prompt security review at Potter Bar petrol station
PETROL station bosses have reviewed security at one of their sites in Potters Bar after a series of thefts over the past few months.
The BP service station, in High Street, Potters Bar, has been targeted by thieves at least six times since June last year.
On those occasions, Hertfordshire police have issued CCTV images of suspects they wish to question in relation to the incidents.
The latest appeal for information relates to the theft of items from the shelves inside the store at about 3.05pm last Thursday.
Officers want to question the two women in the pictures as they believe they may be able to help with inquiries.
Investigating officer, PC Graham Hiscock, said: "I would like to speak to anyone who recognises the women pictured.
“It may be that they were witnesses to the alleged crimes or can offer assistance in the investigation."
In June last year, there were two separately reported thefts of meat from the garage. Food items were stolen during an incident in January, and police have appealed for information relating to three thefts of food and flowers in March alone.
A statement from BP head office said: “We take all thefts from our stores very seriously and have reviewed security at this site.
“We appeal to people to contact the police if they recognise any of the people from the CCTV footage.”
Anyone who recognises the women in the latest pair of images or has information about the incident, should call Hertfordshire constabulary on 0845 3300 222 quoting crime reference number J3/10/357.
Alternatively, people can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.