Kingston Police issued CCTV footage of potential suspects involved in burglary attempts targeting several local charity shops last month.
The Queen Elizabeth Foundation for Disabled People said that although its front door had been smashed, the burglars did not manage to take anything.
The charity shop manager added: “We were not the only ones targeted. I believe some charities in Richmond and Twickenham were, too. I think they target charity shops because our security system may not be as important as that of high street retailers.”
🚨 CCTV WANTED APPEAL
The pictured two are wanted in connection with recent burglaries of charity shops in #Kingston + @MPSRichmond areas
If you know who this is, contact us via @CrimestoppersUK 📞 0800 555111 / 📞 101 / ✉️ Tolworth.firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference 0411304/18 pic.twitter.com/D4haXb4SFG
— Kingston Police (@MPSKingston) November 2, 2018
Police said the Princess Alice Hospice and EnhanceAble had also been targeted in Kingston.
If you know who these men are, please contact police anonymously via Crime stoppers on 0800 555111 or on 101, via the Met Police website, or via email at Tolworth.email@example.com quoting reference 0411304/18.