Appeal after credit card frauds in Maidstone

The man police want to speak to
Image caption Police say the man is aged between 35 and 45

Police have released details of a man they want to talk to in connection with a series of credit card frauds totalling more than £8,000.

Credit cards and identification documents were stolen from lockers at the David Lloyd gym in Maidstone, Kent.

They were then used in the town centre to withdraw cash or buy foreign money.

The man police want to talk to is white, aged 35 to 45, and of stocky build. He was wearing a white hard hat and high-visibility jacket.

Kent Police said four crimes had been reported so far.

Det Con Andy Felton said: "All these frauds were committed in broad daylight and in very public places."

He urged anyone who recognised the man to contact them and appealed for him to come forward voluntarily.

He added that the man may not be from the Kent region, but he may have contacts in the county.

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