Gallery: Can you help police trace suspected thieves from Ipswich?
DO you recognise any of these people?
Suffolk police are keen to speak to the people caught in these CCTV images in connection with thefts from shops in Ipswich.
They are appealing for anyone who recognises the people pictured to come forward.
The man in picture 1 is being sought in connection with a theft from a shop in Foxhall Road on May 25 when a bottle of alcohol was stolen from a supermarket. If you recognise the man in the image, contact the police and quote crime reference IE.12.1796.
The person in picture 2 is wanted in connection with a theft from a shop in Fircroft Road on May 22, where items of food were stolen from a supermarket. Calls in relation to this image should quote crime reference IW.12.2033.
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The man caught in picture 3 is being sought after trainers were stolen from a sports shop in Westgate Street on June 7. If you recognise the man in the image, call the police and quote crime reference IC.12.2585.
Picture 4 was captured in Fircroft Road on June 11. The man in the image is wanted by police after food and hygiene items were stolen from a supermarket. Calls in relation to this incident should quote crime reference IW.12.2292.
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If you recognise any of the individuals in the images or have information about the crimes, call police on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.