CCTV released after dopey thieves fail in burglary attempts
TWO petrol stations and a shop have been targeted by would-be burglars who escaped empty handed.
Hapless thieves struck in the early hours of July 20 '“Â and police have now released a CCTV image of a suspect.
In the first incident at 4.36am, a panel in the door at Co-op in Fairfield Avenue, Fareham, was smashed.
But no-one got in the store and nothing was taken. A man was seen acting suspiciously, police said.
He was white, 5ft 8in tall, wearing a grey hooded top with dark tracksuit bottoms and had his face covered.
Then at 6.16am someone tried to force the door and smashed a window at the BP petrol station inÂ Broom Way, Lee-on-the-Solent. No-one got in and nothing was taken.
TwoÂ men were seen in the area, one wearing a grey hooded top, dark tracksuit bottoms, and had his face covered. A second man had aÂ dark hooded top with writing on the front, three-quarter length dark trousers, and dark shoes.
In a third incident at 6.53am someone tried to force the shutters at theÂ Shell Garage on Centre Way in Fareham. Nothing was taken but two men were seen in the area. AÂ CCTV imageÂ of one of two men seen at this incident has been released by Hampshire police. Call police on 101.