Poppy collection box missing from Dartford store

PUBLISHED: 15:26 01 December 2012

A poppy collection box has gone missing from a Cash Converters in Dartford.

The box, full of cash, and some poppies had been delivered to the store on October 24 but when a British Legion volunteer went to pick it up on Wednesday November 21 the box was gone.

CCTV footage from the shop shows a man and woman taking the collection box at around 3pm on Thursday November 15.

Police want to speak with a woman who is white, about 25 years old, is 5ft 6ins tall, with light brown hair and was wearing a dark jacket and dark trousers, and a man who is black, about 25 years old, is 6ft tall and was wearing a dark coloured duffle jacket and jeans.

Anyone with information should contact PC Martin Taylor on 101, quoting reference XY/35730/12.


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