Ukraine war: Collection box containing donations for Ukrainians stolen from London as police search for suspect | UK News

A man is being sought in connection with the theft of money being collected for Ukraine.

The Metropolitan Police is appealing for help to identify the man after a collection box was taken from the Sawmill cafe in West Ham Lane, Stratford.

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The box was stolen shortly after midday on 3 March and is thought to have contained around £100.

The male suspect ran away from the location, was chased by a member of staff and was driven away in a car.

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Police have released an image of the man, who was seen by witnesses placing an object in a car and was photographed as he ran around to the other side of the vehicle.

Enquiries into the vehicle continue.

If you know who he is call 101 and quote reference 0698/05mar.

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