Ipswich crimes: Do you know these men?

IPSWICH: Police today released CCTV images of people they would like to speak to in connection with offences in the town centre.

Officers want to trace a man in relation to an incident in St Helens Street, Ipswich, when a large window at the front of the Aerial Vision shop was damaged between 5.30pm on Friday, January 14 and 8.30am the next day.

In a separate incident, police have appealed for information and for two men to come forward following an assault in Vernon Street.

At about 9pm on Saturday, January 22, a 33-year-old man was passing the front of the Co-op when two men left the shop.

One of the men punched him in the face causing him to fall to the floor and hit his head.

Both men appeared drunk. The first is described as white, aged late 20s, with a stocky build and short dark hair.

He was wearing a dark coloured jacked with a white T-shirt underneath.

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The second man was described as being white, aged early 30s, of slim build and with distinctive tattoos on his neck. He was wearing a black jacket with a white T-shirt underneath.

A third CCTV image highlights the man police would like to speak to in relation to a theft in the Co-op store in Hines Road.

At about 4pm on January 26, a man entered the shop, selected a Dyson hoover and left the store having made no attempt to pay for it.

He is described as white, of slim build, and was wearing a beige top, brown jogging bottoms and a brown woollen hat.

At about 5.40pm on Thursday, January 27, a man entered Tesco Express, in Bramford Road, selected items, concealed them in a rucksack and left.

A member of staff tried to detain the man but was assaulted.

He made off on a silver mountain bike towards Adair Road.

Police would like to speak to all those pictured in connection with these crimes. Calls should be made to Suffolk Police on 01473 613500 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

n Has your business been targeted by thieves? Write to Your Letters, The Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, IP4 1AN, or e-mail eveningstarletters@evening star.co.uk