Theft of six topiary trees from Grantham Aldi

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Police are appealing for the person who witnessed a theft from Aldi supermarket on South Parade, Grantham, to come forward and contact the Force.

On Monday, May 26 at around 11.30am a man was seen to take six topiary trees from the entrance of the shop.

He placed the trees in a trolley and pushed them over to the end of the car park where he hid them behind a fence separating the car park and South Parade.

It is thought the suspect may have had access to a vehicle, and when staff checked the area there was no trace of the man or the stolen trees.

He is described as white, aged in his late 20s, approximately 5’10” in height, of slim build, and wearing a black jacket.

An unknown member of the public reported the incident to staff at Aldi but that person did not leave their details. Officers are keen to trace this person to see if they can assist with the enquiry.

If you are the individual who reported the theft to Aldi staff please contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 quoting incident 335 of 26/05/2014.

Anyone else with any information about the incident is also asked the contact the Force on the same number.

Alternatively contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.