Police want to speak to three men after Motherwell break-ins

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Police Scotland are looking to speak to these men in connection with a string of incidents in Motherwell
Police Scotland are looking to speak to these men in connection with a string of incidents in Motherwell

POLICE in Lanarkshire have released CCTV footage of three men they want to talk to in connection with multiple forced entries and assaults.

The incidents happened on Motherwell's Watson Street around 9pm on Monday, March 7.

Images have now been released as part of an ongoing investigation. They show three men, who the force believes may hold information that could assist them.

The first man is described as white, around 5ft 8in to 5ft 10ins, and aged between 25 to 30-years-old with a medium build.

He was wearing a black baseball cap, navy-blue padded jacket, dark-grey coloured tracksuit bottoms and white trainers.

Glasgow Times: CCTV image from Police Scotland
Glasgow Times: CCTV image from Police Scotland

CCTV image from Police Scotland

The second man is described as white, around 5ft 8in to 5ft 10ins, and aged around 20 to 25-years-old with a medium to heavy build.

He was wearing a navy-blue hooded top, dark tracksuit bottoms and dark-coloured trainers.

Glasgow Times: CCTV image from Police Scotland
Glasgow Times: CCTV image from Police Scotland

CCTV image from Police Scotland

The third man is described as white, around 5ft 8in to 5ft 10ins, and of slim build.

He was wearing a two-tone grey The North Face hooded jacket, dark tracksuit bottoms, and grey Nike trainers.

Glasgow Times: CCTV image from Police Scotland
Glasgow Times: CCTV image from Police Scotland

CCTV image from Police Scotland

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Cops are asking the men to contact them and anyone with information on their whereabouts to also reach out.

Detective constable Adele Johnston, of Wishaw CID, said: “I would urge each of these three men, or anyone who has information relating to any of these three men depicted in the images to make contact with the police.

"Members of the public can contact Police Scotland via the 101 non-emergency telephone number, quoting incident number 3493 of March 7, 2022, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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