CCTV gallery of East Riding crime suspects
DETECTIVES are appealing for help to catch suspected criminals caught on CCTV.
Police in the East Riding have issued images of 15 suspects linked to crimes across the region.
Among the pictures are two men suspected of burgling a flat in Hessle and stealing the keys to a Volkswagen Passat, before taking the car.
The men broke into the flat in Penshurst Mews in the early hours of September 27.
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They are two of 15 faces police are hoping to identify by releasing the images.
Detective Inspector Paul Kirby, from Beverley CID, said: "Following police enquiries, these people are all unidentified but are connected to ongoing criminal investigations and we need to identify them.
"We are appealing for the public to help us identify these people so we can progress with those investigations.
"Once we have identified these people, we will make contact with them."
Officers are also hoping to identify four people who have filled their cars up with fuel and made off without paying.
Images have also been released of two men who are believed to have attempted to steal a tanker from Keyingham Road in Burstwick.
The men are believed to have forced the doors of the tanker before fleeing when they were disturbed by the owner.
Detectives are also trying to identify a man who is believed to have stolen six blouses worth £156 from Next at Anlaby retail park.
DI Kirby said: "I would ask for the public's support and would ask them to contact us if they recognise anyone who is pictured here."
Anyone with information about any of the people pictured is asked to call Humberside Police on 101, quoting the image reference and crime number.