Police have released a series of new pictures of people they want to speak to in connection with alleged thefts in Blackpool.
The first man police are trying to trace is the man seen here in the dark blue coat.
He is being sought in connection with an incident where a man walked into Costcutters on Preston Old Road and helped himself to bottles of San Miguel lager. The incident on November 18 was caught on CCTV.
The second man police want to speak to is being sought in connection with an allegation of the theft of four duvets from Home Bargains on Cherry Tree Road in Marton on October 21.
This next two are wanted in connection with an incident at the Co-Op on Central Drive where 22 cans of salmon were taken.
Officers are also trying to locate the man seen here in an army print jacket in connection with an incident where a man walked in to the Co-op on Central Drive and stole streak, bacon and cheese on September 8.
Police also want to speak to the man seen here in the grey jacket after a thief helped himself to packs of chilled meat from the Co-op on Central Drive. Finally, police want to speak to the man in the black jacket in connection with an incident where a thief helped himself to a selection of chilled meats from a supermarket in the town.
Det Con Steve Lucas, of Blackpool CID, said: “Shoplifting has massive financial impacts on the shops affected as well as the retail industry in general.
“Lancashire Police will not tolerate shoplifting and will do everything it can to stamp out the problem.”
Anyone with any information about the men pictured should call Lancashire Police on 101.