This post first appeared on Derby Telegraph. Read the original article.
Police need the public’s help in tracking down these people who appear in the “caught on camera” section of Derbyshire Constabulary’s website.
All those featured are people who police believe may be able to help them with their investigations.
Officers believe members of the public may know the individuals featured and the Derby Telegraph is publishing their pictures in the hope that either the individuals themselves, or people who know them, will come forward and contact Derbyshire police on 101.
Photo one: A man wearing a clown mask on his head walked along Peel Street in Derby trying doors on Sunday October 29. He entered one home and left taking items with him. Police would like to speak to this person in connection with the incident.
Photo two: A man entered PC World at the Meteor Centre in Derby and removed a laptop from the shop on Monday October 30. Police believe this man could help them with their investigation.
Photo three: Can you help police with this case? Police would like to talk to this man in connection with a theft. On Friday July 14 a man walked past an occupied car on Normanton Road. He opened the car door and removed a mobile phone from its cradle.
Photo four: Police are investigating a shoplifting incident that took place when a large amount of clothing was taken from the Charlie Browns shop in Intu Derby on Tuesday October 10. Police would like to speak to these two men about the incident.
Photo five: On Tuesday October 12, a 66-year-old woman was followed into her flat in Madeley Street in Derby by an unknown woman who took a quantity of money from her purse. Police would like to talk to this person about the incident.
Photo six: Two men entered a shop on Crayford Road in Derby and selected meat and left without payment. Police would like to talk to this man about the incident. The incident happened on Friday October 13.
If you recognise any of these people then call Derbyshire police on 101 to help with their investigations.