Thieves go on £6,000 spending spree in Portsmouth after stealing bank card from Gunwharf Quays

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Police have launched a CCTV appeal after a stolen bank card was used for a £6,000 spending spree around Portsmouth.

Thieves pinched the card from its owner in Gunwharf Quays in the early hours of Saturday, August 18. 

Do you recognise these two people? Police would like to speak to them as part of their investigation. Picture: Hampshire Constabulary

Do you recognise these two people? Police would like to speak to them as part of their investigation. Picture: Hampshire Constabulary

The bank card was then used in a £6,000 spending spree across the city. 

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A Hampshire Constabulary spokesperson said: ‘Do you recognise these two people?

‘We’d like to speak to them as part of an investigation into the suspected theft of a bank card which took place in Gunwharf Quays, in the early hours of Saturday 18 August.

‘The card was then used to make various transactions across Portsmouth amounting to approximately £6,000.

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‘If you recognise these people, or have any information to assist our enquiries, please call police on 101, quoting 44180313942.

‘Alternatively, call the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.’