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Witnesses sought after Fareham attempted robbery

HAMPSHIRE CONSTABULARY have announced they have launched an “urgent” appeal for witnesses and information to assist their continuing investigations following an incident in Fareham back in November; which saw two unidentified people attempt to break into a parked van on Miller Drive as police released CCTV footage in their bid to help enquires.

It is reported that this ‘attempted robbery’ took place at approximately 10:05pm on November 22 (Wednesday) with two individuals exiting a dark coloured estate vehicle. They further proceeded to unsuccessfully gain access to this van and its contents before driving away from the scene; thus leading to multiple areas of ‘damage’ to both the exterior / interior.

Officers are now looking to speak to the two people seen in this still CCTV image, which was taken on the evening and shows the vehicle they exited from. They are further keen to speak to those walking or driving in the area around Miller Drive and surrounding routes; alongside people who may have captured the people / vehicle on doorbell or dash ‘cam’.

Investigators are asking for anybody with any new information to contact police by calling their non-emergency number 101 and quote the case’s reference number of 44230478737. They can further submit details using the online reporting tool available on the Hampshire Police website, with all official support and further guidance available on the links here.

Alternatively, readers can contact the “independent charity” Crimestoppers 100% anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 for absolutely free; or via their anonymous online forms which can be found through their website:

PICTURED BY HAMPSHIRE CONSTABULARY: Graphic displaying this new ‘witness appeal’ launched by police force.