This is the man police are hunting after a stolen bank card was used to make transactions worth more than £1,000.
Officers investigating the theft say the card was used to withdraw £160 from a cash machine in Thornton.
The thief has also used it on a number of other occasions, stealing £1,180 in total.
PC Kevin Berry, based at Fleetwood police station, said the card was used at an ATM at the Spar on Lawsons Road, Thornton.
He added: “The CCTV shows a male that we believe is responsible for using a stolen card at an ATM at Spar Thornton on January 8 and as of yet his identity is not known.”
It is thought the card was also used at a cash machine at the Devonshire Road Post Office between Janaury 9 and 12.
PC Berry added: “£160 was taken from the ATM on the January 8, however the card has been used a number of times amounting to £1,180 in total.”
Police are hoping someone will recognise the man pictured above and are urging members of the public to come forward. Anyone with information about the theft or who recognises the man should call police on 101.