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25 October 2016, 05:19 | Updated: 25 October 2016, 05:27
The police are asking the public to go online to see if they know people they recognise in their area who could help them with their ongoing investigations.
Facewatch ID is where individuals are pictured are being sought "as both persons of interest and witnesses to crimes" and doesn't infer anyone is responsible for a crime.
You can search in a 1 mile radius of where you live or up to 50 miles away - or choose any part of the country.
It works across Herts, Beds, Bucks and Northants but Hertfordshire Police say especially in the St Albans area they want to send a message out that anyone in or travelling to the area to commit a crime will be caught on camera and their faces will be distributed for all to see.