Can you help find Sunderland’s most wanted?

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MEET Wearside’s most wanted.

Police in Sunderland are hoping to identify all the people pictured as part of a summer crackdown on crime.

Do you know these women?

Do you know these women?

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.