Video: Watch Dagenham pharmacy burglary suspects make getaway on mobility scooter
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CCTV footage shows stolen goods being taken from a pharmacy using an unusual getaway vehicle – a mobility scooter.
Two men used a metal bar to dent the front shutters of Kry BA Chemists in Goresbrook Road, before removing the cash till and passing it on to a man on the mobility scooter.
The burglary, which happened in the early hours of May 25, is believed to have been carried out by the same men who stole cash from Paks Cosmetic Centre in Dagenham Heathway between 1.37am and 1.48am on August 9.
Police hope to speak to four men who are captured on the CCTV footage.
Suspect one [image ref 223669] is described as a medium build white man with a dark beard, who was wearing wearing a black cap, blue top with writing, black tracksuit bottoms, black trainers and light coloured gloves.
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Suspect two [image ref 223700] was driving the dark-coloured mobility scooter and was wearing dark clothes. He is white and bald.
Suspect three [image ref 223701] is a white man who was wearing a dark blue hoodie and white trainers, whilst suspect four [image ref 223702], also white, was wearing a dark grey hoodie, blue jeans and white trainers.
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Anyone who may be able to assist the investigation should call officers from Barking and Dagenham CID via 101. To remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.