AN Alcester supermarket has been hit by a spate of thefts.
In the first case, last Friday, January 5, a man walked into the store and stole eight bottles of alcohol, hiding them in his trousers and jacket, before walking out without paying for them.
hen, on Sunday, January 7, two men walked into the supermarket and stole meat worth an estimated £80 to £90.
Both men were white. The first was aged in his 20s, with greasy dark hair and wearing dirty white trainers, light blue jeans, grey/white polo shirt and a black parka coat with a fur-trimmed hood.
The second wore black trainers, grey joggers and a navy quilted jacket.
On the same day a woman entered the store and put items ranging from fruit and vegetables, creams, lotions and various household items into a basket before walking out without paying.
She was white, in her 30s, of large build with long black hair tied up into a bun and wearing black trousers, white top and black cardigan.
It is believed she walked out of the store and into the car park where she got into a silver Peugeot car.