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Each day from 1 to 25 December the Thames Valley Police Badvent Calendar features the image of someone they want to speak to in connection with crime in Oxfordshire.
The first person to be featured on this year's Badvent Calendar has since been arrested.
Police are looking for Liam Rowe, 21, from Hunter Close in Cowley. He was arrested in February for drugs offences and possession of a weapon. He failed to answer bail in September.
A 33-year-old man's been arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at a pharmacy in Botley.
Police are looking for this man after he was spotted by CCTV cameras at Sainsbury's at Heyford Hill on Saturday 10 November. Officers say he tried to leave without paying for bottles of Jack Daniels whisky. He dropped the bottles when he was chased by staff.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of shoplifting alcohol.
This man's wanted for stealing meat from the Co-op in Woodstock on three separate occasions. He is around 25-years-old, has lots of pock marks on his face and a large tattoo on his right forearm.
Police are searching for Emily Rebecca Goodman, 35, from Oxford over shoplifting at Tesco, Oxford Retail Park on January 6. She was charged but didn't turn up to court on 20 February.
A suspected shoplifter is the latest person to be found behind the doors on day eight of the Thames Valley Police Badvent Calendar. Jennifer Pugh, 25 and with no fixed address, is wanted in connection with shoplifting.
The 29-year-old is wanted over criminal damage, possessing an offensive weapon and assaulting a police officer. Nicholas Peppiatt, with no fixed address, is described as white, 6ft with a slim build, light brown hair and blue eyes. (no picture available)
The CCTV image of a man suspected of stealing a car outside Banbury Road gym on August 17 has come forward and is no longer a suspect.
Hannah, 26, from Asquith Road in Oxford's wanted in connection with two counts of shoplifting. She's suspected of stealing cosmetics on two occasions, in one case more than £500 worth of goods went missing.
Police are looking for this man on suspicion of stealing petrol from across the county. The car pictured in the CCTV was stolen with cloned number plates and used in three thefts on one day.
24-year-old Albert Haxhia, from Hollow Way in Cowley, was charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs earlier this year but he failed to appear at Oxford Crown Court on 17th August.
26-year-old Nadeem Ashraf, was released on bail earlier this year after serving a prison term for robbery. He was released on 8th October to a bail hostel in Oxford but has since failed to reside there. He is originally from High Wycombe but had been working with a construction company in Cowley.
As Christmas parties around Oxfordshire get into full swing, this Badvent story reminds people to be careful when out celebrating. Police are looking for these two for allegedly stealing from people's bags in pubs and bars.
These men are wanted in connection with an assault in Gloucester Green. A 15-year-old boy was punched and kicked near the bus station on the 24th November.
This man's sought in connection with an armed robbery in Banbury. At about 9.30pm on Thursday 2 August, a man walked into Ladbrokes in Market Place with his face covered. He's alleged to have pointed a knife towards a female staff member and made off with thousands of pounds. He took around £2,000 from her in cash and casually walked out of the shop.
Police are looking for this man after an indecent exposure at a store in Cowley Road, August 12, 2011. He has been identified a Sofiane Bayo, 36, from Didcot.
On 22 November, CCTV shows this pair entering the Garden Centre Group in South Hinksey at about 5.30pm. It shows them putting more than £250 worth of candles into a Sports Direct bag, before trying to leave without paying. They were challenged by a member of staff, who was then punched in the side of the face and twice in the back.
Two men are wanted after £110s worth of fuel was stolen at the Station Lane Industrial Estate in Witney by men siphoning it from nine vehicles. It's believed they cam back and stole fuel on three other occasions. One of the men was wearing distinctive black coat with a white patch on the hood.
The pair were spotted going into a Co-op store in Barberry Place, Bicester, at about 3.30pm on Tuesday 16th October. Police want to speak to them in connection the theft of a single can of Stella Artois and a Twilight DVD from the shop.
Three young men are wanted in connection with an incident of theft. At around 8.50pm on Saturday 15th December, three men walked into the One Stop shop in Wootton, near Abingdon, and filled up their shopping baskets with alcohol. They then left the shop without paying – getting away with bottles filled with beer and other alcohol of an unknown value.
46-year-old Uxoma Ilomuanya from Alexander Close in Kidlington is wanted over the importation of more than £250,000 worth of drugs. He was charged with the importation of cocaine in January but later failed to appear at court. He was convicted of Class A drug importation in his absence at Isleworth Crown Court on 18th October. He is due to be sentenced for the offence on 18th January 2013.