Police release photo in connection with twice-vandalised Well pharmacy
Police in Devon have released the photo of a man they would like to speak to after a pharmacy in Plymouth was vandalised twice over a four-day period.
The door of Well Pharmacy in Wolseley Road, Plymouth was broken for the first time just after midnight on Thursday, September 15 and then again on Sunday, September 18 at 4.30am in the morning.
A Well spokesperson told C+D today that the company is not able to comment further on this occasion.
Devon and Cornwall Police said glass panels in the door to the premises were smashed on both occasions.
Police are asking for help to identify the man (pictured below) as they believe he may be able to assist with their enquiries.
Anyone with information is being asked to call 101 or contact police via their website, quoting crime reference CR/085254/22 for the first incident and CR/086317/22 for the second.
In September, a pharmacy in Stoke on Trent was left with a £3,500 repair bill after vandals smashed its windows.
C+D’s investigation into crimes in pharmacies between 2019 and 2021 found at least 27,385 reports of crimes in pharmacies made to police authorities.