Police ask public to identify CCTV images

Police in Banbridge are investigating the theft of two ipads from a supermarket at The Outlet on Monday, 8 December, 2014. They believe the male and female pictured may be able to assist them with their enquiries. Police are asking these individuals or anyone who has information in relation to this incident to contact them on 101, quoting ref: 1291 081214 or VIU: 273-15 or 273-15-1.

Police in Banbridge are investigating the theft of two ipads from a supermarket at The Outlet on Monday, 8 December, 2014. They believe the male and female pictured may be able to assist them with their enquiries. Police are asking these individuals or anyone who has information in relation to this incident to contact them on 101, quoting ref: 1291 081214 or VIU: 273-15 or 273-15-1.

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Police in Banbridge have released CCTV images of two people they believe could assist them with their enquiries, as part of Operation Exposure across Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon.

Police are investigating the theft of two ipads from a supermarket at The Outlet on Monday, 8 December, 2014.

They believe the male and female pictured may be able to assist them with their enquiries.

Police are asking these individuals or anyone who has information in relation to this incident to contact them on 101, quoting ref: 1291 081214 or VIU: 273-15 or 273-15-1.

Operation Exposure aims to identify people police believe can help them solve crime.

Over the coming weeks a number of CCTV images will be posted on the PSNI website and issued to local media in a bid to identify people police need to speak to in connection with various crimes across the three areas.

A link to the website pages will be posted on PSNI social media to make it readily accessible to the public.

Chief Inspector Davy Beck explained: “The use of CCTV images has been used with great success across the Province and we are keen to find resolution for victims of crime through all means at our disposal.

“Over the past few years we have built up a large following on social media and we felt this presented the ideal avenue to reach a large number of the public.

“Policing works best in partnership with the public and this delivers good results through community policing. Members of the public play an important role in helping with the fight against crime to keep people safe.

“I would ask the public to keep an eye out on our social media, PSNI website and local media for CCTV images as they are released and if you have information which can help us please phone us on 101.”