An investigation is underway after around £700 worth of goods were stolen from a supermarket.

According to police, the goods were taken from Blackburn's Morrisons, in Railway Road, on Monday, November 27.

Officers have now released images of two men they want to speak to in relation to the theft of the goods.

A Lancashire Police spokesperson said: “Do you recognise these men?

“We want to speak to them about an incident where £700 of items were stolen from Blackburn Morrisons on November 27.”

As yet no further details have been released about what kinds of items were stolen from the Blackburn Morrisons.

The image released by police shows what appears to be three men making their way through the supermarket aisles caught on CCTV.

One of the men is wearing a grey flat cap and glasses, while the other two are wearing black coats with black hats.

Anyone who has any information about the men or about the suspected thefts from Morrisons has been urged to come forward and contact police.

They can do so by emailing or by calling 101, quoting log 716 of November 28.

Alternatively, witnesses can call independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.