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Police are seeking information on a case of attempted deception, which occurred on 6th November 2004 at 4.47pm in the Comet store on Syon Lane, Brentford.

The suspects entered the store and one suspect asked a member of staff for a particular Digital DVD camcorder. The member of staff got the item for the suspect. The suspect handed the member of staff a credit card to pay for the item. The credit card was declined; the suspect left the store empty handed. The credit card was a cloned credit card.

Police would like to speak to the following suspects about this attempted deception:

  • Arab looking male, aged around 35 years with short black hair and a black beard, wearing black trousers, brown shirt and cream sleeveless top
  • Arab looking male, aged around 25 years, short black hair, wearing blue jeans and a dark jacket with a grey hood .

Anyone with any information is asked to call 020 8247 6443 where your calls will be taken in the strictest confidence.

Jan 4 2005