Can you help identify these people?

PUBLISHED: 09:17 17 January 2014 | UPDATED: 09:18 17 January 2014

Police in Ely would like to speak to these people in connection with incidents of shoplifting

Police in Ely would like to speak to these people in connection with incidents of shoplifting

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Police in Ely have released a series of photos of people they would like to speak to in connection with incidents of shoplifting across the district.

Although there is no suggestion - at this stage - that any of the people pictured are involved in the incidents, police would like to get in touch with them to rule them out from their enquiries.

Sgt Will Davis said: “We would like to speak to the persons shown in the pictures to discuss their potential involvement in an offence.

“We would very much like to provide closure for the victims to these crimes.

“We are asking for members of the public to view the pictures so that an identification can be made and the crimes progressed.”

Can you help identify any of the people pictured? Call police on 101 or visit the East Cambridgeshire police Facebook page.

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