Police hunting man wearing inside out Armani coat that stole orange bike from a building in Portsmouth
A THIEF who snatched a bike from inside a building while wearing a designer coat is being hunted by police.
The theft took place at a property in Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth.
Officers received reports that an orange Trek Marlin 5 bicycle was stolen on July 16.
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The incident took place sometime between 8pm on July 13 and 9pm on July 15.
Hampshire Constabulary has released pictures of a man wearing an Armani coat which had been turned inside out and are appealing for witnesses.
A police statement said: ‘We have been conducting enquiries and now have these CCTV images to release to the public.
‘We appreciate they're not of the best quality but they are the best we have available at this time.
‘The man pictured is wearing an EA7 Armani coat inside out.
‘We would like to hear from anyone who recognises this man or who has any information that may assist our enquiries.’
Information can be submitted to 101 by quoting 44220285428.