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Can you help PSNI identify any of these people?

By Staff Reporter

Published 11/05/2015

The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.
The PSNI has released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in Derry.

Police in Londonderry have released a series of images of people they want to speak to about crime in the city. Most of the incidents involve retail crime — shoplifting, theft and fraud.

Officers are keen to speak to the man in the first photograph about a theft from Centra, Strand Road, last Boxing Day, December 26.

Officers would like to speak to a man pictured wearing a baseball hat about an incident on the bus between Foyle Street and Newbuildings on December 23, 2014.

In the fourth photograph is a woman police would like to hear from regarding an attempted theft at another Boots store, in Foyleside, on November 28, 2014.

Two women in dark clothing — one pictured here reading what looks like a shopping list — are being sought by police about a theft from Sainsburys, Strand Road, on September 20 2014.

On the same day, there was a theft from Toys R Us at Crescent Link.

The PSNI would like to speak to the couple in pictures seven and eight about this particular incident.

Officers are seeking to speak to the woman carrying shopping bags regarding a theft from B&M Bargains, Strand Road on January 8 this year.

A theft happened at the same store on October 29, 2014, and police would like to speak to the woman with the striped top carrying a brown bag, as well as a man wearing a grey hooded top with a shaved head in photo 11.

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