Can you put names to faces for Co-op crime?

Police are trying to track down this man in connection with a theft at Co-op in Market Weighton on 5 July.
Police are trying to track down this man in connection with a theft at Co-op in Market Weighton on 5 July.

Detectives are asking people to help identify these men as part of their investigations into a burglary and two thefts at the Co-op store on High Street, Market Weighton.

Officers would like to speak to the people seen in the images, who may be able to help with their enquiries.

Do you know this man? If so, police would like to talk to him in connection with a theft at the Market Weighton Co-op on 22 July

Do you know this man? If so, police would like to talk to him in connection with a theft at the Market Weighton Co-op on 22 July

One of the thefts, on 5 July at 12.40pm, saw three men enter the store and one of them is alleged to have removed a bottle of alcohol from the display and concealed it under his clothing.

The men left the store without offering to pay for the item. The crime reference number is 1984288.

On 22 July, at 3.35pm, a man entered the shop, went behind the counter and is alleged to have taken a bottle of alcohol from the shelf which he concealed under his clothing. He then walked around the store for a while before leaving without paying for the item. The crime reference number is 1987776.

There was a burglary at the store on 19 July at 3.25pm. A man went into the shop and walked through the store to a door leading to the shop offices and private areas, which are not open to the public.

Police would like to speak to this man in connection with a burglary at the Co-op store on 19 July

Police would like to speak to this man in connection with a burglary at the Co-op store on 19 July

The man then entered an administration office within the building and is alleged to have taken a mobile phone and wallet from the desk.

The man left by way of a fire exit at the rear of the building. Although he is trying to conceal his identity by wearing dark glasses he is quite distinctive and clearly visible and looks to be wearing a large watch. Crime reference number 1987181.

Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on the non-emergency number 101 quoting the relevant crime reference.