Appeal after bank card stolen at bus stop

A MAN using a pair of crutches had his bank card stolen while he was waiting for a bus to Spennymoor at Bishop Auckland Bus Station, at about 6.15pm on Wednesday, June 11.

The suspect approached the victim to ask him if he wanted to buy a pair of shoes in a carrier bag. When he declined, he took a card holder and removed a bank card before making off in the direction of B&M Bargains.

The unknown man is described as white, about 20-years-old, 5ft 10ins tall, short black hair and wearing a blue hooded zip-up top. The card was used to top up a pay-as-you-go mobile phone shortly after being taken.

Witnesses should call Durham Police on 101.

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8:21pm Mon 30 Jun 14

bishop1 says...

hopefully someone will know who this is & they will be caught .
hopefully someone will know who this is & they will be caught . bishop1
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