Humberside Police are appealing to members of the public for help in identifying someone they would like to speak with in connection with an ongoing burglary investigation.
Police have released a CCTV image of what is believed to be a man who is linked to the robbery of the jewellers, Hugh Rice in Beverley.
In a statement released, Humberside Police said;
“Two men are awaiting sentencing for a break-in at a Beverley jewellers – and now we would like your help in identifying a third man.”
“We want to speak to him in connection with the incident at the Saturday Market jewellers at around 4am on Monday, November 6.”
“It is believed that three men were involved in the incident, which saw jewellery to the value of £25,000 being stolen.”
“Following an eight day trial at Hull Crown Court last week, Ian Billany, 39, of Morpoth Street, Hull, was convicted of burglary and an armed robbery at a Newland Avenue bank on November 1.”
“Lee Rose, 38, also of Morpoth Street, admitted robbery and burglary in relation to the same incidents. Both will be sentenced at a later date.”
“If you think you can help us identify this man, please call us on 101, quoting incident number 16/56744/18.”