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These people are wanted by police in connection with thefts in Dover and Sandwich - and help is needed to identify them.
The CCTV images of men and women that the police want to speak to have been released in the hope that someone will recognise them, and turn them in.
Inspector Tony Pledger said: "These images have been circulated within Kent Police to see if these people are known to officers. We now hope that local communities will look at the images and help with our enquiries."
The offences all took place in April and May last year and anyone recognising any of these people should contact 01304 218070, giving the reference with each offence.
Several of them relate to thefts of food and alcohol from petrol stations and shops in Dover, one relates to the theft of a suitcase and washing powder from a Dover store, and the other is in connection with the theft of a bike from Sandwich.
The reference number for the theft of beer from the BP Service Station at Townwall Street in Dover on April 15 (pictured above) is ZY/10506.
The suspected theft of pizza from the BP Service Station at Limekiln Street, Dover, happened on April 24 and the reference number is ZY/11297.
On the same day, beer was believed to have been stolen from Key Stores in Ladywell, Dover, (ZY/11380) and on April 30 a suitcase and washing powder were reported stolen from Poundstretcher at Charlton Green (ZY/12024).
The bike theft from outside the Guildhall at Sandwich happened on May 1 (ZY/12030) while alcohol was believed to have been stolen from Iceland’s store in Dover High Street on May 2 (ZY/12295).
Suspected theft of alcohol from Iceland
Suspected theft of bicycle from Sandwich
Suspected theft from BP Service Station Limekiln Street, Dover
Suspected theft of beer from KeyStores in Dover.
Suspected theft of washing powder and a suitcase from Poundstretcher, Dover.
Can you identify these people?
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