Gallery: Can you help identify these people?

PUBLISHED: 17:18 19 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 04 May 2010

PC Chris Herring from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the people pictured regarding a theft from a stall in The Cloisters, Ely on June 2.

PC Chris Herring from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the people pictured regarding a theft from a stall in The Cloisters, Ely on June 2.

POLICE are appealing for help from the public with the following on-going investigations. See pictures in our gallery at the end of this page. Pic 1: PC Alan Radford from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the man pictured in relation to the theft

POLICE are appealing for help from the public with the following on-going investigations.

See pictures in our gallery at the end of this page.

Pic 1: PC Alan Radford from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the man pictured in relation to the theft of a bike in High Street, Ely, at 5.20pm on June 5.

Pic 2 and 2b: PC Chris Herring from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the people pictured regarding a theft from a stall in The Cloisters, Ely on June 2.

Pic 4: PC Alan Radford would like to speak to the man pictured following a public order offence in the Spar shop, High Street, Ely on June 10 at 4pm.

Pic 5a, 5b and 5c: PC David Bishop from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the men pictured in relation to a theft at the Co-op, in Main Street, Littleport on June 6.

Pic 6, 6b and 6c: PC Dean Thompson from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the men pictured following a theft from the Co-op, in West Street, Isleham on June 17.

Pic 7: DC Dan Botterill from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the person pictured in relation to a fraud in Bar Hill near Cambridge, on May 19.

Pic 9 and 9b: PC Mark Beaven from Ely Police Station would like to speak to the women pictured in relation to a theft from Argos, High Street, Ely on July 9.

Anyone who is able to help with these investigations is asked to contact the named officer on 0345 456 456 4 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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