Lorry drivers at every service station across the country will be among those looking for two men, whose images have been released by police.
The faces are of two men wanted by Cambridgeshire police following a night of mayhem at Cambridge Service Station.
“34 lorries were cut open,” said a police spokesperson.
“We would like to speak to these two men in connection with attempted thefts.”
A security guard disturbed a group of people inside a curtain-sided lorry at the Cambridge Services on the A14 at just after 1am on Wednesday, 8 March.
“After being disturbed, the group left the service station and 33 other lorries were found to have been cut open,” said the police spokesperson.
Anyone who recognises the men should report it through the force website using reference 35/17715/23.
Anyone without internet access should call 101.
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