Do you know thieves in these CCTV images?
A FRAIL pensioner had her purse and pension book stolen as she shopped in Gloucester.
She was shopping in Asda, at Bruton Way, on Saturday at 11.30am.
A suspect for the theft was caught on CCTV in the store (crime reference 30736/12).
The image is just one of the latest images released by police under their Identify project.
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They want the public to help solve crimes caught on camera.
A wallet was stolen from a man as he stood in a queue outside Liquid Nightclub on Thursday, December 27 and the suspect was caught on camera (crime number 31210/12).
The wallet was taken from the man at around 1.15am and the thief made off down Eastgate Street towards the Cross.
The wallet was from White Stuff and contained around £15 in cash, various cards and a driving licence.
Six power drills, valued at around £100 each, were stolen from a DIY shop in Dudbridge Road, in Stroud, in two incidents on December 7 and December 8, both between 7pm and 7.30pm (crime number 30544/12).
And a shoplifter targeted a shop in Slad Road, Stroud, on Friday, October 26 to take a bottle of wine and a bottle of beer.
The theft happened at 3.40pm when the man left without paying for the items (crime number 25932/12).
Katy Roberts, head of communications for Gloucestershire police, said: "More images are being released to involve the public in helping to keep communities safe from harm.
"CCTV images are released along with e-fits and 'wanted' faces so that people can ring in with information to help solve crimes."
More images can be viewed on the Gloucestershire Constabulary website at www.gloucestershire.police. uk/iDentify/item26924.html.
Anyone who recognises any of the faces should ring police on 101 quoting the crime reference number.
Anonymous information can also be left with Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.