Caught on camera: Train theft suspects wanted
EAST YORKSHIRE: Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to speak to about thefts from trains.
British Transport Police have launched Operation Impact to find those responsible for thefts on the rail network.
The first man is wanted for questioning about the theft of a suitcase from a luggage rack on a train from Doncaster to Hull on September 9 last year. The suitcase was later found opened in the toilets of the train, although nothing was taken.
The second man is wanted for questioning about the theft of a suitcase from a luggage rack in the first-class carriage of a train travelling from Hull to Sheffield on December 21.
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Chief Inspector Glen Alderson said: "Officers investigating these cases have followed a number of lines of enquiry and circulated the images, but so far without success.
"We're now asking for help from members of the public. If you know these people and can tell us who they are, we want to hear from you."
Anyone who can identify the suspects or has any information should call the British Transport Police on 0800 405040.