Shop attacks in Anfield and Toxteth and an incident that saw a gambler trash a betting machine are among the crimes Merseyside Police is seeking your help with this month.
Officers have issued CCTV images as they appeal for information over eight incidents from recent months.
Investigators are seeking to identify the people in the images as they believe they could have information that is crucial to each case.
Acting Sergeant Mark Woods, of the Liverpool Local Policing Team, said: 鈥淭his month features a number of thefts from shops, criminal damage and public order offences.
鈥淎lso featured are offences of assault and burglary. All of which I hope will be solved with the continued assistance from the community.
鈥淭he crimes featured in Caught on Camera continue to result in arrest and convictions which could not have been possible without the continued support from the public.?/p>
The identities of those shown are sought in connection with enquiries into the described alleged offences as they may be able to assist officers.
Members of the public are advised not to approach anyone who they believe to be displayed in the images but to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and give the identity of the person shown, quoting the reference number accompanying the picture.
At around 5.30pm on February 23 a man is believed to have entered the University Guild of Students on Mount Pleasant and taken a computer from a secured room at the location. The suspect was challenged before leaving the premises. Police would like to identify the man pictured as officers believe he may be able to help with the investigation. REF ?0517047273.
On January 14 damage was caused to a property on Durnford Close, Belle Vale, while the occupants were out. The same person is believed to have then returned later and thrown objects at a window of the home. Police would like to speak with the man in the image to assist with the probe. Ref ?0517012184.
On January 27 an altercation took place between a suspect and staff members at a Minimarket on Warwick Street, Toxteth.
Police would like to identify the male pictured to assist with the investigation. Ref ?0517022663.
On December 28 a man was working in a shop on Townsend Lane, Anfield when he was subjected to an unprovoked attack. He was struck to the side of his body before being punched in the face. Police would like to identify the man pictured to help with the probe. Ref ?0516292675.
On December 31 another worker, this time at a shop on Lime Street, was punched in the face after refusing to serve alcohol to a man who appeared to be drunk. Police would like to identify the male pictured as part of the investigation. Ref ?0517000644.
A man entered a bookies on Smithdown Road on September 29 and began to play on a gaming machine. After losing money he began punching the machine before throwing it to the floor.
Police would like to identify the male pictured to assist with the investigation. Ref ?0516221921.
A quantity of perfume is thought to have been stolen from a fragrance shop on Houghton Way, Liverpool city centre, at around 4pm on October 29.
Police would like to identify the female pictured to assist with the investigation. Ref ?0516245241.
At around 10am on February 7 a woman entered TK Maxx on Church Street and is thought to have stolen items from the store. Police would like to identify the female pictured to assist with the investigation. Ref ?0517031847.