PICTURED: The most wanted thieves on our trains
POLICE have released pictures of "most wanted" people suspected of stealing on trains.
British Transport Police published the details as part of a new crackdown on travel thefts. Suitcases, bags, mobile phones and laptops are the things stolen most often.
In many cases, CCTV covers the trains and stations. As part of the force's Operation Impact, a gallery of CCTV pictures shows people the police want to speak to.
The incidents include one on Friday, October 26, last year, when the victim realised her bag was missing at Nottingham. She had boarded the train at Norwich at 6.57pm. Police believe the bag was stolen in Grantham by a woman who jumped on board with another woman. Both had pushchairs.
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A bag was stolen between Nottingham and Leicester on Tuesday, February 21, last year. And on Monday, March 19, 2012, two female victims, travelling separately, had cases stolen on a Wellingborough-Nottingham train. If you can help, call 800 405040. You can also text on 61016.
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