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Shoplifters strike at Marks and Spencer, Aldi and Shell Thorley petrol station in Bishop's Stortford

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Police are looking for the shoplifters who have struck at two stores and a petrol station in three separate incidents in Bishop's Stortford since the start of the month.

Last Thursday (Oct 7), three women stole hats, gloves and leggings worth £244 from Marks and Spencer in South Street.

They were all described as white, young, blonde, slim and wearing gym clothes. One also wore a white Puffa coat and flip flops. Police are looking at the store's CCTV.

On Wednesday last week (Oct 6) a white woman in her 30s, of medium to heavy build and around 5ft 10in tall stole a four-pack of Strongbow cider from the Shell Thorley garage in London Road. She was wearing a grey hoodie and black joggers.

The previous Friday (Oct 1) at 9.30pm, a white man wearing black clothing stole 14 steaks from Aldi in London Road, hiding them in a bag before he left without paying.

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