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Caught On Camera

Can you help identify the people caught on camera?

The identities of those shown below are sought in connection with enquiries into the described alleged offences.

Images may be of both potential suspects or witnesses.

Members of the public should not approach anyone who they believe to be displayed in the images but should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and give the identity of the person shown, quoting the reference number accompanying the picture.

You can also provide information anonymously using the Crimestoppers online form.

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Burglary - 20/11/2017 04:00:00

Crime:
Burglary
Area:
South Division
Date:
Monday 20th November 2017
Ref:
17000508954
Notes:
A house was broken into on Manners Street, Ilkeston and several items were stolen including an x-box, mobile phone and a purse.
Identified:
No
Fraud - 26/10/2017 12:00:00

Crime:
Fraud
Area:
South Division
Date:
Thursday 26th October 2017
Ref:
17000466713
Notes:
A man has used what is believed to be a stolen debit card to withdrawn cash from various ATM machines in the Swadlincote area.
Identified:
No
Fraud - 09/12/2017 12:20:00

Crime:
Fraud
Area:
South Division
Date:
Saturday 9th December 2017
Ref:
17000537288
Notes:
A man took an item from a shelf in the Range, Derby and returned it to the customer services desk and obtained a refund.
Identified:
No
Burglary - 27/11/2017 13:30:00

Crime:
Burglary
Area:
South Division
Date:
Monday 27th November 2017
Ref:
17000516879
Notes:
Police believe that the man pictured may be able to assist with enquiries into an attempted burglary in Long Eaton and a similar incident in Borrowash
Identified:
No
Shoplifting - 03/02/2017 13:35:00

Crime:
Shoplifting
Area:
South Division
Date:
Friday 3rd February 2017
Ref:
17000048633
Notes:
A man entered a shop on Kingsway Retail Park selected an electric toothbrush from display and left the shop without making payment.
Identified:
No

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