Feb 14 2013 by Rob Pattinson, Ormskirk Advertiser
HERE are the latest CCTV images released by police as part of our campaign to crackdown on crime on the high street.
The campaign, in partnership with Lancashire Police, has helped secure several convictions through reader tip-offs since it launched last year.
Each month we bring you the latest CCTV images of people police want to speak to over crimes committed in West Lancashire.
The man in the first image is wanted over the theft of 12 packets of Wiltshire bacon worth £33 from Spar in Liverpool Road North, Burscough. They were put into a shopping basket and the man then left without paying at 7.25pm on January 14.
Information to PC 3657 Thomson on 101.
The second image shows a woman wanted over the theft of a tin of cat food from Animal Antics on Burscough Street, Ormskirk. A woman put the 87p tin in her bag and walked out without paying on February 4 at 1.11pm.
Information to PC 1560 Ginn on 101.
The woman pictured in image three relates to the theft of £25 worth of cheese and £3 of toilet paper from Farmfoods in the Concourse, Skelmersdale, at 4.04pm on January 23. Any Information on this case to PC 3567 Thomson on 101.
The fourth picture is from another theft in the Concourse, this time from Home Bargains. A man put a range of toiletries worth £15 into a bag and walked out without paying at 1.33pm on January 17. Information to PC 2616 Hogan on 101.
The final image shows a woman wanted following the theft of a bag of Boots nappies from the Boots chemist in the Skem Concourse.
The nappies, worth £4.99, were taken at 1.38pm on January 10. Information on this case call PC 68 Cooper on 101.