Police probe Kodak theft
September 29, 2011
Police have released CCTV footage of a man they want in connection with an alleged theft of batteries from Kodak?s plant in Harrow, north west London.
Police have appealed for help in identifying the man, aged between 50 and 60, who is said to have entered the Kodak site on 5 August.
The man claimed he was making a delivery before parking nearby, according to police who say he was driving a white van with the registration plate PS55 LST.
?He then used a forklift truck belonging to Kodak and loaded three heavy duty batteries, each weighing 0.5 tonnes, into his van before driving off,? added a Metropolitan Police spokesman.
Kodak?s Harrow plant is the firm?s largest single site for photographic paper production. It opened in 1896 and also makes graphics film materials for the printing and publishing industry.
Anyone who can identify the man or help further is urged to call PC Carl Bruce on 0208 733 4349 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.