Do you know this man suspected of stealing from a centre for deaf people on the Cally Road?

At the far North of the Kings Cross patch comes news of an especially callous robbery at a signing centre for deaf people.  Police text follows:

The victim wishes to remain anonymous but said:

“I would appreciate the help of the public in identifying this person. This man cruelly took advantage of me as a deaf person and stole a laptop that contained work of great value to me. I do not want him to be able to commit a similar crime in the future.”

Detectives in Islington are appealing for help from the public to identify a man who stole a laptop from Femaura Deaf Centre in Caledonian Road, N7.

On Saturday 11 February 2012, at around 09:38, the suspect walked into the location, as the door was unlocked as staff at the location are deaf and would not hear the door bell. He then took a Mac book Pro from the top of a desk and left the premises. This was caught on CCTV.

The suspect is described as a black man, aged 20 -25, of slim build with short black hair.

Investigating officer, Police Constable Alex Bingley said:” We are very keen to trace this man and anyone with information on his identity should call police.”

If you have any information that can help police identify this man call 020 7421 0220 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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