Birmingham news Appeal after Aldi worker threatened 'for bottle of booze' MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Police have issued a CCTV appeal for information following the incident at the Bristol Road Aldi supermarket
Breaking News ! Police have issued an appeal after a shop worker was threatened in an alleged early morning theft. The member of staff was on duty at Aldi in Selly Oak when they were reportedly threatened in the incident on Saturday, July 11. A bottle of alcohol was then stolen from the busy supermarket, just off Bristol Road, shortly before 8am. Aldi near Bristol Road (Image: Graham Young / BirminghamLive) Now, just over three weeks on from the alleged theft, police have released a CCTV image of two men they wish to speak to.
. The appeal, posted on Sunday, August 2, read: "APPEAL | Do you recognise these men?
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"We want to speak to them after a member of staff was threatened and a bottle of alcohol was stolen from an Aldi supermarket on Bristol Road, Selly Oak shortly before 8am on Saturday 11 July. "If you recognise them, or have any information please contact us via live chat on our website or by calling 101. "Please quote crime reference number 20BW/161192R/20."
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