Police issue CCTV images after furniture is stolen from Dagenham block of flats

15:32 03 August 2012

Probe: Police want to speak to this man pictured at Dunmow House in Dagenham

Probe: Police want to speak to this man pictured at Dunmow House in Dagenham

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Police are appealing for information to trace these men after furniture was stolen from a tower block lobby.

The three men were caught on CCTV after items were delivered to Dunmow House, Maplestead Road, Dagenham, on July 7.

A Met Police spokesman said: “Assisting with identifications could remove a criminal from your area or could eliminate someone from police enquiries.”

Anyone with information regarding the theft is urged to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or Barking and Dagenham Police on

020 8984 1212.

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