Suspect sought after garden centre break-in in West Yorkshire

Suspect wanted for Harden garden centre break-in - image: Bingley and Worth Neighbourhood Policing Team
Suspect wanted for Harden garden centre break-in - image: Bingley and Worth Neighbourhood Policing Team
Police have released this picture of a man they want to speak to about a break-in at Harden Garden Centre.

Bingley and Worth Neighbourhood Policing Team would like to speak to anyone who recognises the man following a forced entry at the garden centre in Harden, West Yorkshire on the night of June 5 when a suspect fled empty handed after an alarm sounded.

Contact PC Neil Paterson on 101 or CrimeStoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111.

Meanwhile, a daylight robbery took place at a garden centre as a cash box was being loaded into a van.

Notcutts Garden Centre in Laleham, Middlesex was robbed on July 15 at around 12.20pm when a van driver was carrying money from the centre.

He was approached by a man who struck him on the arm before grabbing the cash and running from the car park towards Staines town centre.


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