More than £800 is stolen from fruit machines in Epsom

More than £800 has been stolen from fruit machines at two pubs in Surrey.

About £660 was taken from a machine in the Star pub on Cheam Road, Ewell.

The theft is thought to be linked to a theft from another fruit machine at the Slug and Lettuce pub, just off the High Street in Epsom, where a total of about £220 was stolen.

Surrey Police have released descriptions of four white men they want to trace over the thefts.

About £660 was stolen from the Star pub fruit machine on Wednesday 10 August.

Thieves targeted the Slug and Lettuce machine sometime between Thursday 4 August and Thursday 11 August.

Tribal tattoo

Officers said one of the men they wanted to question was in his late-30s, with short dark hair and he was wearing dark jeans, a dark blue top and white trainers.

The second man had a tribal-style tattoo on his right forearm, blond hair, is approximately 6ft tall and is in his late-30s to early-40s and had been wearing blue shorts and a dark top.

Another man is in his late-40s, with a short ponytail and wore a white top and blue shorts.

The fourth man is in his 20s, the sides of his head were shaved but he had hair on top and he was wearing blue jeans, a V-neck pink vest with thin pink stripes and white trainers.

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