Ipswich: Do you recognise any of these men?

CAN you help?

That’s the message from police after they issued CCTV images of these three men in connection with a series of thefts across the town.

Officers are particularly keen to speak to the man pictured in the purple and grey UCLA hoody in connection with the theft of computer equipment from a supermarket in Nacton Road, Ipswich, on Thursday, April 26.

Police also want to trace the man wearing the black jacket after his face was caught on camera at a supermarket in Sheldrake Drive. The incident happened on Friday, May 4, when alcohol was stolen from the store.

Supermarket CCTV cameras also captured a man wearing a black hat at a store in Austin Street.

A quantity of meat was stolen from the supermarket on Saturday, May 5.

Police also need information on two other thefts that occurred in Ipswich last month.

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The first happened when cosmetics and food were stolen from a shop in Tavern Street on Wednesday, May 2.

The second took place when a purse containing money and a bank card was stolen from inside a shop in St Matthew’s Street on Thursday, May 24.

Anyone with information in relations to any of the incidents or recognises the individuals pictured in the CCTV images should call CIB at Suffolk police headquarters on 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.