UK: Man allegedly steals roses worth over £400 from Cheltenham florist

Police have launched an appeal following a report that hundreds of pounds worth of roses were stolen from a florist in Cheltenham.

A man allegedly placed an order for £465 worth of roses and told the employee that he had paid via bank transfer and showed confirmation details, which were later found to be fake, at around 4.30 pm on Monday, February 13.

The employee raised concerns about the payment. However, the customer grabbed the flowers, walked out of the shop, and did not return.

Despite a number of inquiries, investigating officers are yet to identify the man and are now asking for information from the public.


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