Somerset's wanted: Do you recognise anyone in these CCTV images?
Police have released a series of CCTV images to appeal for the public's help in solving a number of Somerset crimes.
The pictures have been issued through the independent Crimestoppers charity in a bid to solve several crimes of theft and criminal damage across the county.
Scroll through the pictures for images of people police would like to speak to in connection with the investigations listed below.
Case reference numbers in the captions relate to the relevant listed investigations.
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Police want to speak to two people in connection with the theft of money from a post office in Taunton.
The incident happened on September 5, and police want to speak to two Asian males.
One is described as having dark cropped hair, wearing a grey or dark coloured t-shirt, while the other is described as having dark cropped hair, wearing a patterned brown shirt.
Police want to speak to two men in connection with a theft at a supermarket in Frome on September 6.
Officers would like to speak to this woman following the theft of items from a high street store in Frome on September 20.
Police investigating an incident of criminal damage in Burnham-on-Sea want to speak to this man.
The incident took place on September 2, and officers say a parked vehicle had its wing mirror kicked off.
Police want to speak to this woman after money was stolen from a cash machine in Martock on September 12.
If you recognise anyone in the pictures, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111, quoting the crime reference numbers listed. Alternatively, visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org.