Hunt for CCTV suspect after £24,000 Rolex robbery at Shoreditch

PUBLISHED: 09:10 29 November 2016 | UPDATED: 09:10 29 November 2016

Suspect caught on camera in Ebor Street, off Bethnal Green Road, after Shoreditch House robbery September 11

Suspect caught on camera in Ebor Street, off Bethnal Green Road, after Shoreditch House robbery September 11


Recognise this man seen lurking near Shoreditch High Street in east London following a violent £24,000 Rolex robbery?

Detectives think he was involved when a 31-year-old man was attacked and robbed of his 24 carat gold watch at Shoreditch House.

The image released by police is taken from CCTV footage showing a suspicious character around 9pm on September 11 in Ebor Street, off Bethnal Green Road, half-an-hour after the hold-up.

The suspect in his late 20s who ran out of the building towards Bethnal Green Road is described as black with short hair, 5ft 11ins tall, who was wearing a grey hooded top, light jeans, light brown shoes and a light brown satchel.

Witnesses or anyone with information are being urged to call Hackney CID on 101 or anonymously Crimestoppers on 0800-555111.

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