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Savings stolen from elderly man in Hounslow supermarket as police launch appeal to identify three men

Hounslow Police has launched an appeal for help in locating three men following the theft on the afternoon of Monday, July 10

Hounslow Police is appealing for help in identifying three men after a pensioner had his savings stolen in a supermarket in the borough.

Officers believe the 84-year-old man was followed into Iceland on High Street Hounslow after withdrawing £3,250 from Natwest bank on Monday, July 10.

Can you help Hounslow Police identify these men?(Image: Hounslow Police)

Posting to Facebook, the force asked for help in identifying three men pictured on CCTV.

Anyone with information is being asked to call police on 101, or speak to the Hounslow Town Centre Team by calling 07407 488 992, quoting 0514789/17 as a reference.

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