Two men arrested in connection with KFC burglary, Skegness
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Update, Monday, 15 January:
The two men, aged 37 and 32, have been questioned in connection with the KFC burglary and have been released on bail. Investigations are ongoing.
A joint team effort between CCTV operators and the police has led to the arrest of two men.
Staff at KFC tracked two men, who were believed to be suspects in a burglary, before East Lindsey District Council’s CCTV operators took over.
ELDC CCTV operators liaised with our officers and led them to the suspects. The men, aged 37 and 32 from the Skegness area, were both arrested on suspicion of burglary in which a jet washer worth around £500 was taken from KFC in North Parade, Skegness, at around 11.40pm on Thursday, 11 January.
The men remain in custody and will be questioned in due course. We will release an update when one is available.
Incident 444 of 11 January.
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