These are the men police are hunting in connection with a string of offences in part of Wyre.
The CCTV images show people the police want to question – and they need the public’s help in finding them.
Despite public appeals, we have had no information, so the crimes remain unsolved
The offences have all happened in Fleetwood and other parts of Wyre over the past six weeks and, despite appeals asking for help to identify them, officers have so far drawn a blank.
The offences include shop lifting, damage to vehicles and bike thefts.
Sgt Dan Whitaker, who leads the neighbourhood policing team in Fleetwood, said that so far no information has been put forward.
Sgt Whitaker said: “I would ask people to look at the photographs printed and if you suspect you know who it is, then please get in touch with us.
“Despite public appeals, we have had no information, so the crimes remain unsolved.
“Information can also be passed on to us through the Lancashire Police website and ‘do it online’ by clicking on the tab and filing in the required detail in order to email the investigating officer.
“You don’t have to leave your name or your contact details.
“I appreciate that some of the crime stills are not the best in quality, but any information that people can give will be a help.”
The man in image (1) is wanted in connection with the theft of a packet of cigarettes worth £9.40.
The theft happened at Anchorsholme services on February 28, at 5.20am.
The second image (2) shows a man at Tesco Express in Thornton. A quantity of meat was stolen, valued at £100. That happened on February 24 at 10.53am.
Image (3) shows a man wearing a black baseball cap, was snapped at Super News and Booze in Lord Street, Fleetwood. The man is wanted in relation to the theft of a bottle of cider on February 22. It happened at 9.16pm.
Image (4), shows a man wearing a red coat, relates to an offence at Cool Trader on Victoria Road West.
Police want to speak to him about the theft of a packet of beef.
Police want to speak to the man wearing a white top (image 5) stood in a corridor about damage to the tailgate of a blue Volkswagen Golf.
It happened at the Royal Venue on North Promenade in Cleveleys at 2.30am in the morning on February 22.
The final image (6) was captured at the Cube Cafe and Wine Bar in Poulton on the afternoon of February 18.
Police want to speak the man pictured about the theft of a white Scott mountain bike.
It had a broken left pedal and is valued at £1,000.
Information can also be passed on through the Crimestoppers hotline by calling 0800 555111 or online at crimestoppers.org.uk.