Police appeal for help identifying surveillance footage in west Dorset
Detectives who have recovered surveillance footage believed to come from a location in west Dorset are appealing for help identifying the premises.
Dorset police officers believe the footage may have been used to gain a key pad entry code to a building.
Detective Constable Andy Haworth, of Dorset Police CID, said: "We have recovered what we believe to be surveillance footage of premises possibly in the west of Dorset.
"It shows a member of staff outside a location with a key pad visible through the glass door.
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"I believe that the key pad entry code was obtained by the person who took this footage and I am therefore keen to identify the premises themselves to ensure the security has not been compromised.
"Anyone who recognises the location or the person pictured should contact Dorset Police urgently on 101."