Police have released a collection of six CCTV images as part of a crackdown on shoplifting.
They have issued six pictures of people they wish to speak to which were taken by CCTV cameras in shops across Hyndburn between May and October this year.
Officers investigating alleged shoplifting incidents wish to speak to the people snapped by the cameras.
They have called on the public to help identify them.
PC Peter Norris, of Hyndburn’s Detection Team based at Accrington police station, said: “These CCTV images show people who are not known at all to us.
“It’s very often that the town centre bobbies will recognise people even if they have hats on or their hoods up or by the way they walk or the company they are with.
“They might live across your street or you might recognise them from hanging around somewhere at a certain time.”
Do you recognise anyone in these pictures?
If so call Lancashire Police on 101 or visit the stations in Accrington, Great Harwood or Greenbank.
Three of the shoplifting incidents happened at the One Stop shop on Blackburn Road, Accrington. Meat and cosmetics were reported stolen on Thursday, May 2.
Cider was stolen on Wednesday, September 25 and cleaning materials were stolen the following day – Thursday, September 26.
The Co-op in Clayton-le-Moors was targeted twice. Meat was stolen from the Pickup Street store on Friday, May 24, and alcohol was stolen on Saturday, June 29.
Whisky bottles were stolen from the Co-op on Harwood Road, Rishton, on Monday, October 7.