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Hunting Sex Attackers and a Toothpaste Thief – CCTV News
Here’s some of the top CCTV news stories this week from around the world.
The Hunt Is On
In Sydney, Australia police are using CCTV footage in an attempt to hunt down three men who sexually assualted two school girls behind a granstand.
The men lured the girls from the train station which is where the police will be reviewing the footage to catch these men who have been described as “brazen” for luring the girls in such a way.
Meet The Toothpaste Thief
Police in Waltham Forest, London have released this photo of a man wanted in connection with the theft of £40 worth of Colgate toothpaste from a 99p store.
Anyone with information should call the police on 101 with the reference 4905069/14 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A judge has asked to review CCTV footage of a man, Robert Fogarty, who is accused of swinging a meat cleaver at a bus driver as he drove past Dublin Airport.
Mr Fogarty apparently took out the meat cleaver and swung it after the bus driver refused to let him of at an undesignated stop.
The Wolves Are Back
A hidden camera catches this image of the first wolf spotted in the Czech Republic in over one hundred years.
The wolf is likely to have strayed from Germany or Poland, but officials are pleased to have these creatures back but have concerns for poachers coming to the area if the population increases.