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CAN you help the police identify these people?

Officers have released these CCTV photos of people they want to speak to about crimes across Calderdale.

They are urging anyone in them or who recognises the faces pictured to get in touch.

The images may be of suspects or witnesses.

Anyone who can help should call CrimeStoppers on 0800 555111, where information can be passed on anonymously.

Callers should quote the reference number below each photo.

l The man in FA6132 may have information about a theft in Todmorden on Sunday, July 10.

Police investigating a theft in Elland on Saturday, June 25 believe the woman in FA6133 may be able to help them with their inquiries.

l The man in FA6141 is being urged to get in touch with officers looking into a theft in Halifax on Thursday, June 30.

l The man in FA6160 could have details useful to police dealing with a theft from a shop in King Cross Road in Halifax on Tuesday, July 19.

l Police investigating a theft from a shop in Salterhebble, Halifax, are urging the man in FA6204 to get in touch.

l Officers dealing with a theft from a shop in King Cross, Halifax, on Friday, July 15 are urging the man in FA6225 to contact them.

l The man in FA6134 could have information of interest to police dealing with a make-off without payment in Halifax on Saturday, June 25.

l The men in FA6135 may be able to help officers investigating a burglary in Halifax on Tuesday, May 31.

As reported by the Courier last month, scores of crimes have been solved in Calderdale thanks to members of the public putting names to faces in CCTV photos like these.

More than 80 people who police believed were suspects or witnesses to crimes in the district were identified after their pictures were published in the Courier and online last year.

Superintendent Martin Lister from Calderdale Police said: “There is little doubt that putting pictures in the public domain sends a message to criminals that there is nowhere to hide in Calderdale.

“They will be caught.”

Information about the identities of the people in the pictures can also be sent by using an online form which is available through the West Yorkshire Police website at www.westyorkshire.police.uk.

To pass information about crime in your area call your neighbourhood policing team via 0845 6060606 or using the phone numbers at the bottom of this page.