Two men wear police branded clothing during robbery

14:22 30 November 2012

Two men wore police branded clothing during a robbery at a video production company.

The pair were among a group of six who targeted the premises of a supplier of broadcast technology on the West Cross Industrial Estate in Brentford on November 20, Scotland Yard said.

A large quantity of specialist camera equipment was stolen during the robbery, which took place at around 8pm. Among the suspects were two men wearing police branded reflective jackets and caps.

The men made off with the equipment in a red 4x4 vehicle and a white Transit van.

Officers from the Flying Squad at Barnes are investigating.

Anyone with information call 020 8247 7948 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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