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Ipswich: Police seek help to find CCTV suspects

PUBLISHED: 16:25 15 November 2012

Image two, crime reference IC.12.4230.

Image two, crime reference IC.12.4230.

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DO you know any of these people?

Police are today appealing for help from the public to trace these individuals caught on CCTV following thefts from shops in the town.

The first image shows a man wanted by police following the theft of phone accessories from a phone shop in Tavern Street on August 31.

Anyone with information about this theft is asked to call CIB at Police Headquarters on 101 and quote IC.12.4009.

The person in the second image is wanted in connection with a theft from a female accessory shop in Westgate Street on September 11.

Anyone with information about the incident should call police on 101 and quote crime reference IC.12.4230.

The third image shows a man wanted following the theft of tablets from a health and fitness shop in The Walk in Ipswich town centre on September 21.

If you recognise the man, call police on 101 and quote crime reference IC.12.4408.

The man in the fourth image is wanted in connection with the theft of alcohol from a supermarket in Foxhall Road on September 19.

Call police on 101 and quote crime reference IE.12.3079 if you recognise this man.

Alternatively, people can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 with information about any of these thefts or the people in the images.

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