Police issue photo taken on stolen iPad after robbery in Leicestershire
Police have issued a photograph of a man they want to question after a burglary at a village home.
The picture was apparently taken on a stolen iPad which had recently been taken from the victim’s home in Nethercote, Newton Burgoland, in west Leicestershire.
The image was then automatically transferred to the victim’s mobile phone, which had not been stolen.
The victim has passed the image to police.
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Detective Constable Ania Chajecka said: “We are keen to trace the man pictured as he appears to have taken a photo of himself on the stolen iPad, which has then been streamed to the victim’s iPhone.
“This man may or may not be connected to this burglary so we would urge him or anyone who recognises him to please contact police immediately.”
The house was burgled between 10.45pm on Wednesday, December 12, and 6am the next day.
The intruders also stole Apple computer screens, a Blackberry mobile phone, purses containing cash and cards and a black iPod touch.
Anyone with information should contact Det Con Chajecka on 101, or Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.