Essex Police are appealing for witnesses and information about these crimes.

Do you recognise anyone? If so call police on the numbers supplied.

Alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at

LEIGH: Burglary; Leigh Road; 25/12/2017

Do you recognise either of these people?


Police would like to talk to them about a burglary at a home in Leigh-on-Sea on Christmas day, December 25.

Around 10.30pm, a man and a woman gained entry into a flat on Leigh Road, searched the property and took a number of items.

If you recognise either of the people pictured, please call Dc Paul Gutteridge at Southend CID on 101 quoting reference 42/181741/17.

SOUTHEND: Theft; Fossetts Way; 27/12/2017

Police are asking for help to identify this man. The force would like to speak to him about a theft at a Waitrose store in Southend.


Shortly before 2pm on Wednesday, December 27, a man went into Waitrose supermarket on Fossetts Way and left the store with a number of alcohol and confectionary items, which he didn’t attempt to pay for.

If you have information about the identity of the man pictured, please call Pc Sue Hellier at Southend police station on 101 quoting reference 42/182223/17. 

LEIGH: Jewellery theft; 22/12/2017

Have you seen this watch or ring? The jewellery was stolen from a home on Canvey Road, Leigh during a burglary on December 22.



The items have sentimental value and we would like to return them to their owner.

If you think you’ve seen either piece or jewellery, please call Dc Rachel Martin at Southend on 101.

SOUTHEND: Criminal Damage; West Street; 23/12/2017

Do you recognise this man?

Police would like to speak to him about an incident at a Premier store in Southend on December 23.


Around 8pm a man was verbally abusive towards staff at the West Street shop and was ejected from the store.

The man is believed to have then caused damage to the shop window by punching it.

The victim described the man as being either North African or Eastern European.

Anyone with information about the identity of the man pictured is asked to call Pc Christopher Morgan at Southend police station on 101 quoting reference 42/181246/17.