North Wales Police has released a rogues gallery on its website containing pictures of people wanted in connection with crimes carried out across the region.
The section called “Caught on Camera” was launched this week to encourage people to help them solve crimes.
It includes several CCTV images of either suspects or witnesses wanted in connection with incidents in Wrexham.
One picture shows a man wanted in connection with a robbery at McColls on Holt Road in Rhosnesni that took place last Friday.
At about 10.24pm two men in dark clothing entered the store and one jumped over the counter and forced staff members to hand over a quantity of cash.
Another shows two males sought in relation to a shoplifting incident at the Co-op in Cefn Mawr.
The third shows a woman police want to speak to in connection with a theft from the Co-op in Garden Village.
Acting Deputy Chief Constable Gareth Pritchard said: “North Wales Police are asking members of the public to help bring offenders to justice.
“We want people to take a look at the CCTV images on the website and if they recognise anyone to contact us. Caught on Camera is a new initiative for us, although it is used by other forces across the UK.
“Many of the incidents we feature will be connected to low level crime. The clear message to offenders is that we will do all we can to bring them to justice and we will be showing their faces if necessary, if they are caught on camera. From time to time, as the need arises, we will also use the site for more serious crimes.”
If you recognise anyone shown in the pictures do not approach them, instead contact North Wales Police by telephone on 101 or 0300 330 0101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.