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Hampshire Alert - Robbery at Co-Op


  • Author: Hampshire Police
  • Published: 25th May 2016
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Updatred Alert:-

Officers have charged a 46 year-old man as part of their investigation following an armed robbery at the Co-Op store on the corner of White Dirt Lane and Drift Road in Clanfield on Thursday, May 12.

Anthony John Journet of Botley Drive in Havant has been charged with robbery and having an imitation firearm with an intent to commit an indictable offence.

He has been remanded into custody to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates Court today (Tuesday, May 31).

Previous information.

Officers are releasing CCTV images following an armed robbery at the Co-Op store on the corner of White Dirt Lane and Drift Road in Clanfield.

Shortly before 9:50pm on Thursday, May 12, a man with a weapon, which may be a gun or air-weapon, took nearly £200 in cash and £139 of cigarettes after threatening a staff member. No-one was hurt.

The suspect is described as:

  • White.
  • Between 5ft 8ins to 5ft 10ins tall. 
  • Slim build.
  • He was wearing a cream beanie hat, a black balaclava covering his face, a black jumper, a high visibility vest with a 'Stay Safe' triangle logo on the lapel and back and the words 'Customer Sevice' also on the back, grey tracksuit bottoms and gloves, and black work boots.
  • He was carrying a rectangular black 'hold all' bag.

cctv co op robbery

The man drove off in a red three-door Nissan Micra, with a registration beginning with 'R', which had been parked behind Viscount Kitchens.

Investigating officer DC Hamish Walker said: "I am releasing these images in the hope that someone may recognise the distinctive high visibility vest the suspect was wearing.

"We haven't received any similar reports in the area and I'm not linking this incident to any other investigations. It's unclear whether the weapon seen was a real gun or an air weapon as it was not discharged during the robbery and thankfully no-one was injured.

"The Nissan Micra the suspect left in was a 1990's or early 2000's model and we have been reviewing CCTV to trace it's movements before and after this robbery.

"I'd urge anyone who recognises either the suspect or the car to contact us as soon as possible".

Anyone with information should contact DC Hamish Walker at Aldershot Police Station on 101 quoting 44160178918 or contact us via the website http://www.hampshire.police.uk/internet/do-it-online/online-forms/message-for-officer.html

You can also call the charity Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.

Minicom users should call 01962 875000. 


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