Banbury Police have released images of a man they want to talk to about a series of shoplifting incidents from co-op shops in the town.
The man is wanted in connection with thefts dating back as far as April.
The most recent incidents happened on Monday 9 July at 3pm; the man entered the Oxford and Swindon Co-Op on Chatsworth Drive in Bloxham and allegedly took 15 packs of chicken worth £56. He left without paying.
At 3.45 pm on the same day, CCTV images show the man entering the Co-Op store on the High Street in Bloxham where he allegedly selected various meat products worth £22 and left without paying.
Previously, the man was captured on CCTV at 1.40pm on Thursday 5 July as he entered into the Co-Op store in Mewburn Road, Easington Banbury, where he is alleged to have stolen various meat products worth £55.
The man was also seen entering the same store on Tuesday 26 June at 2.10pm and is alleged to have stolen meat products worth £115.
On Wednesday April 25 at 9.20pm the man was seen entering the Co Op store in Longelandes Way where he again allegedly stole meat products.
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