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Marigold-wearing man photographed climbing house wall - police keen to chat to him
Police are keen to talk to a Marigold-wearing man who appeared to try and scale a house wall – and was snapped in the act.
Members of the public photographed him wearing yellow rubber gloves at about 4.30pm on Sunday, July 28 in Albion Street, Southwick.
Around the time he was pictured a dark blue or black saloon car was parked outside the home.
Two men got out and gained entry to the house, but had nothing to steal as the occupant was packed up in readiness for moving house.
Detective Constable Emma Cruise said: "It was fortunate that there was nothing for the men to steal from the property.
"I'd like to thank the concerned member of the public who photographed the man.”
Anyone who can help should call Sussex Police on 101.
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