Police appeal for information after attempted burglary in Barking

15:02 17 September 2012

Appeal: Police would like to speak to this man following an attempted burglary at Baltic Stores in East Street

Appeal: Police would like to speak to this man following an attempted burglary at Baltic Stores in East Street

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These are the pictures of men wanted for questioning following an attempted burglary at a convenience store in Barking.

Police are today appealing for information to interview the two men captured on CTTV after an incident at Baltic Stores in East Street on July 29.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, quoting reference 106582 for the hooded man and 106581 for the man wearing a cap.

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