MEET Wearside’s most wanted.
Police in Sunderland are hoping to identify all the people pictured as part of a summer crackdown on crime.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 ext 69191, or independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
1: Do you recognise these three men? Police are hoping to identify them after two iPads were stolen from Asda in Leechmere. On June 22, a security alarm was disabled on the devices which were then taken from the store.
2: Police hope to trace this man, who may hold information after someone walked into Debenhams in The Bridges and hid a fragrance in a bag before leaving without paying on Saturday, April 4.
3: This trio need to be traced as they could hold information after counterfeit money was handed over at Sainsburys, in Riverside Road, Sunderland, on May 17.
4: Police hope to trace this man after a large quantity of chewing gum was taken from Asda in Leechmere on Tuesday, March 19.
5: Efforts are underway to find this man after alcohol was stolen from the Co-op in Harbour View, Sunderland, on Wednesday, June 12.
6: Do you recognise these two men? Police are appealing for help after an alarm was set off on a phone display at O2, in The Galleries, on Saturday, April 16. As staff reset the alarm, a man swapped the alarm handset for a dummy handset before leaving the store.
7: Police are hoping to trace this man who could hold information about a handbag theft from a car in Satley Gardens, Sunderland, on Friday, May 17.
8: CCTV at B&Q in Armstrong Industrial Estate, Washington, pictured these three who police hope to trace. It comes after a number of items were taken without payment.
9: Police are hoping to trace these two women after a shopkeeper was repeatedly asked for change and left confused while goods and cash were stolen from Best One, in Douglas Terrace, Usworth, Washington.
10: This trio of men could hold vital information after a shopkeeper at Sainsburys, in Silksworth Lane, was asked for change of £200 in £20 notes. The assistant was then confused into handing over £300 in change, along with the original £200.
11: CCTV in Asda, Ryhope Street South, caught images of a man police are hoping to question. It comes after a man bought items then recounted his change several times, deceiving staff into giving him more cash.