Can you identify faces on these CCTV images?

Police are trying to track down this man after a theft at the Bridlington Launderette on Quay Road
Police are trying to track down this man after a theft at the Bridlington Launderette on Quay Road

Detectives across the East Riding are asking local people to help put names to these faces.

Officers would like to speak to the people seen in the images, who may be able to help with live police investigations.

Police are trying to track down these two men after a theft at the Co-operative store on Martongate

Police are trying to track down these two men after a theft at the Co-operative store on Martongate

An attempted theft at Bridlington Launderette, on Quay Road, occured at around 3.30pm on Tuesday August 6. Two men entered, one of them is alleged to have tampered with the CCTV camera to point it away from the door. One man tried to access the change machine meter and when the anti-tamper alarms were set off they calmly left the laundrette. The crime reference number is 1992258.

On July 31, at around 5.30pm, at the Co-operative on Martongate two men separately picked up a shopping basket and went to the meat cabinet.

Between them they are alleged to have taken several packs of sausages and meat and then left the store with the baskets, without making payment for the items. The crime reference number is 1989579.

Then at around 4.49pm on Monday June 24, two men entered the Co-operative store on St John’s Street. One man took a packet of biscuits from the shelf and is alleged to have concealed them in his clothing. The second man then went to the alcohol aisle and is alleged to have taken two bottles of wine from the shelf. He walked out of the store with the wine in his hands and made no attempt to pay for the items. The crime reference number is 1982124.

Police are trying to track down these two men after a theft at the Co-operative store on Martongate

Police are trying to track down these two men after a theft at the Co-operative store on Martongate

A spokesperson for Humberside Police said: “These are not victimless crimes, theft from shops affects us all and increases both prices and availability of items. Don’t let thieves get away with it, call us on 101 quoting the Crime Reference Number. Together we can make a difference to our community.”

Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on the non-emergency number 101 quoting the relevant crime reference.

Police are trying to track down this man after a theft at the Co-operative store on St John's Street

Police are trying to track down this man after a theft at the Co-operative store on St John's Street