Police hunting duo after suitcase is stolen from Barnham

Transport police are hunting for these two men in connection with a suitcase theft from Barnham railway station  PHOTO: British Transport Police SUS-150227-163325001
Transport police are hunting for these two men in connection with a suitcase theft from Barnham railway station PHOTO: British Transport Police SUS-150227-163325001
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TRANSPORT police are seeking to trace these two men after a small, wheeled suitcase, was stolen from Barnham railway station.

British Transport Police issued the CCTV images of the men this afternoon (Friday, February 27).

It relates to an incident which took place on December 5, last year.

At around 6pm, the 43-year-old victim, from Maguiresbridge in County Fermanagh, boarded a train at Barnham, headed for Worthing, but accidentally left her cabin bag in the Barnham waiting room.

PC Katie Furzer said: “I want to talk to the two men in the image I have released today, as I believe they may have information on what happened to the cabin bag.

“You might have heard a commotion at Barnham station that Friday night, December 5, because the men were apparently quite loud, and had been drinking in the waiting room.

“Do you know the men? If so, please contact BTP.”

Anyone with information on this incident should contact British Transport Police, on 0800 405040, or by text, 61016, quoting reference B11/SSUB of 26 February. Information can also be passed, anonymously, to independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555111.