Purses stolen from elderly ladies while shopping in Wycombe

Bucks Free Press: Purses stolen from elderly ladies while shopping Purses stolen from elderly ladies while shopping

TWO elderly ladies had their purses stolen while they were in the Chilterns Shopping Centre on Monday.

Between 12.30pm and 1.30pm the victims had been shopping in The Works together.

When they went to pay for items they noticed their purses were missing from their handbags.

The stolen purses contained money and bus passes.

Anyone with information should contact PC Hayley Mcevoy via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

If you don’t want to speak directly to the police, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at Crimestoppers-uk.org.

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10:39am Fri 6 Dec 13

I know who I am says...

And so it begins. Will only get worse from 1st January.
And so it begins. Will only get worse from 1st January. I know who I am

12:25pm Fri 6 Dec 13

Mr Vegas says...

Disgusting. It probably will get worse but don't forget we have plenty of home grown scum too who have been thieving for years. They all deserve a good beating.
Disgusting. It probably will get worse but don't forget we have plenty of home grown scum too who have been thieving for years. They all deserve a good beating. Mr Vegas

1:04pm Fri 6 Dec 13

fishyfingerz says...

shouldnt be hard to find the culprits, it was probably only the two ladies and the thieves in the entire centre
shouldnt be hard to find the culprits, it was probably only the two ladies and the thieves in the entire centre fishyfingerz

9:40am Sat 7 Dec 13

stevet123 says...

this is only going to get worse than what it is now, I call on all british citizens to keep an eye out when you see these decrepid people hanging around our elder members off our coomunity, walk up to these people and put them off from stealing from oap's, this happened to my mother, in the chilterns quite a while ago, these scum need catching and given a beating, and expelled from the country deported pass port crossed keep the scum out
this is only going to get worse than what it is now, I call on all british citizens to keep an eye out when you see these decrepid people hanging around our elder members off our coomunity, walk up to these people and put them off from stealing from oap's, this happened to my mother, in the chilterns quite a while ago, these scum need catching and given a beating, and expelled from the country deported pass port crossed keep the scum out stevet123

12:11pm Sat 7 Dec 13

fishyfingerz says...

stevet123 wrote:
this is only going to get worse than what it is now, I call on all british citizens to keep an eye out when you see these decrepid people hanging around our elder members off our coomunity, walk up to these people and put them off from stealing from oap's, this happened to my mother, in the chilterns quite a while ago, these scum need catching and given a beating, and expelled from the country deported pass port crossed keep the scum out
watch out for the grammar police!
[quote][p][bold]stevet123[/bold] wrote: this is only going to get worse than what it is now, I call on all british citizens to keep an eye out when you see these decrepid people hanging around our elder members off our coomunity, walk up to these people and put them off from stealing from oap's, this happened to my mother, in the chilterns quite a while ago, these scum need catching and given a beating, and expelled from the country deported pass port crossed keep the scum out[/p][/quote]watch out for the grammar police! fishyfingerz

6:24am Sun 8 Dec 13

1wycombe says...

security are nowhere to be seen there to busy playing with there phones.
security are nowhere to be seen there to busy playing with there phones. 1wycombe

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