More images of people police want to speak to in connection with county crimes have been released as part of the force’s crackdown on violent offences.
Northamptonshire Police released 10 pictures of people they want to speak to in connection with violent crime in February, and they have followed this up by releasing a further nine images this week.
Officers want to hear from anyone who recognises these men as they may have important important about nine assaults and robberies which have taken place in the county in the past six months.
One of the images relates to an assault at The Chequered Flag in Causeway Road, Corby, at about 9.45pm on January 17 this year.
Many of the other images relate to incidents which took place in Northampton, although people living in the north of the county may still know who the men pictured above are.
The images have been released as part of Operation Limit, a high profile initiative to cut violent crime in the county.
Chief Inspector Dennis Murray said: “We remain committed to driving down violent crime by working with partners and the public.
“Violent offenders can expect to see a relentless approach by us if they do not seek help to deal with the root cause of their violence issues.
“We are happy to help anyone who feels that they need support, whether they are a victim or offender.”
If you know any of those people who are pictured, you can call the police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.