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15 March 2012, 12:59
Hertfordshire's police have released new pictures of people they want to speak to about fraud and burglaries in Hertsmere.
They have been released as part of Hertfordshire Constabulary's Operation Breaker. Pictures released previously in this way have generated new leads which Hertfordshire's police are now chasing up.
Chief Inspector for Hertsmere, Dean Patient said: “I’d thank people for taking the time to look at the CCTV images and for contacting us with information. We’ve taken this information forward and are making active enquiries.
“Following the positive response from members of the public, we’re releasing more images of people we’re keen to speak to in connection with crimes. Please take the time to look again at all the images and contact us if you recognise any of the faces shown.
“Operation Breaker aims to target those who are committing crime in the borough, prevent crime from happening and to ensure the community remains safe and the operation is seeing some great results with crime reducing in all areas of the borough since it started.”
Anyone who recognises someone in the pictures is asked to contact Hertfordshire Constabulary via the non-emergency number 101. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.