POLICE have release CCTV images of people they want to talk to regarding crimes in Karawara, Ascot and Victoria Park.
Belmont police have released CCTV images of some people who they believe may be able to assist them with an investigation.
On March 11 about 6.45pm, four people entered a service station on Great Eastern Highway in Ascot.
While one of the group used a credit card to buy items, the other three selected numerous items from the store and concealed them down their pants and inside their tops before they all left.
They were seen to get into a silver-coloured utility.
A man sustained cuts and bruises after he was bowled over by the driver of a moped in the carpark of a shopping centre on Kent Street on March 11 about 10.30am.
The man had parked his car when the moped with two males aboard pulled up and attemped to take the victim’s GPS that was attached to his bicycle, which was secured to the rear of the car.
As the man ran towards them to stop them from taking the GPS, the driver of the moped knocked him to the ground before riding off.
Police believe two men may be able to assist them with their investigation. The first is described as dark-skinned, medium build, aged 20-30 years, with short dark hair, while the second is described as medium build with a distinctive tattoo on his right calf and right wrist.
Police are appealing for help to identify a women they believe may be able to assist them with an investigation.
On December 22, a woman went to the toilet in a shopping centre in Victoria Park where she placed her handbag on the floor.
At the same time, another woman used the cubicle next door when she reached in and grabbed the bag by the handle.
The woman was seen on CCTV footage rifling through the bag before stealing cash, a mobile phone and a credit card.