THIEVES have targeted a store in a retail park in North Yorkshire.

North Yorkshire Police said 20 items, including headphones and speakers, worth £4,781 were stolen from Currys in Seamer Road, Scarborough, at 12.15pm on February 2.

The force has issued CCTV images of three men it would like to speak to.

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A spokesperson for North Yorkshire Police said one of the men was in a wheelchair with one of the men pushing him around the Currys store.

The spokesperson said: “Please contact North Yorkshire Police if you recognise the men pictured on CCTV, as they may have information which will assist our investigation.

“Email if you can help.

“Alternatively, you can call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option two and ask for PC1338 Simms-Williamson, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their website.

“Please quote reference 12240020241 when passing on information.”