Do you know them? CCTV images released to solve crimes across Teesside
Do you recognise any of these faces? The pictures have been released by Crimestoppers in partnership with Cleveland Police, in a bid to solve crimes across Teesside. The force believe that those captured on camera can help inquiries into a number of incidents on Teesside at the end of last year.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting the appropriate reference number. 1) This man could help police with inquiries into a theft from the Jet service station on Longbeck Trading Estate in Marske on October 15, around 6.50pm. A man entered the store and went straight to a display, taking two cans of engine oil worth GBP18 and allegedly leaving without paying.
REF: L-198-2017 2) A basket of shopping worth almost GBP100 was taken from the Iceland store on the Clevegate Retail Park, on October 23 around 12.25pm. A shopper picked up items, including meat, shellfish and chocolates, and placed them into her basket before transferring them into a shopping bag she was carrying.
She allegedly left without paying. This woman could help with police inquiries. REF: L-200-2017.
3) Two people took part in nabbing GBP136.50 worth of aftershave from the Boots store on Teesside Park, around 2.32pm on September 14. One of the alleged culprits placed the items inside a jacket before making off without paying. Police would like to hear from this man.
REF: S-223-2017. 4) A woman allegedly ran from security with a GBP160 De Walt in Stockton's B&Q store, on Portrack Lane, around 3pm on September 16. An empty box originally containing the drill was found, before the alleged culprit was confronted.
This woman could help police. REF: S-228-2017. 5) A man allegedly forced up the shutter on an empty bar in a town centre hotel, causing significant damage, before running off when confronted by police.
This took place at the Jury's Inn hotel on Fry Street in Middlesbrough around 1.30pm on September 14. Police would like to hear from this man. REF: S-230-2017.
6) Two iPhones, worth hundreds of pounds each, were taken from the Carphone Warehouse on Wellington Square in Stockton. Police say two alleged culprits entered the store and picked them up from a display, making no attempt to pay, on October 11 around 12.30pm. These two men could help police with their inquiries.
REF: S-253a-2017 & S-253b-2017.