Avon and Somerset Constabulary are appealing to the public for help identifing the identity of thieves who have stolen a painting "Wild Roses" by Anne Cotterill.
The two people have been captured on the gallery security cameras - click this link to view the video footage.
Excerpt from the Avon and Somerset Consabulary website:
"We are appealing for the public’s help in identifying two people who we believe may have information about the theft of a painting in Minehead. The incident happened on Friday Street at around 1:40pm on Thursday 18 June.
An oil painting entitled “Wild Roses” by Anne Cotterill was stolen. Officers would like to speak to two people who may have information that can help our inquiries. They are described as:
- A white man, 6ft, approximately 50 years old, of slim build with short blonde hair.
- A woman, 5ft 5ins, approximately 45 years old, of medium build with long black hair.
We are releasing images of people that we would like to speak with. We would like anyone who recognises them, sees the painting for sale or has any information about the incident to contact us."
If you can help, report it on-line quoting reference 67404/15. Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or call Force number 101, quoting the above reference.