CROYDON police have released a gallery of seven men they would like to speak to in connection with various unsolved crimes in the borough from the past few months.
The galley is the first in a three-week series released by the Met in the run-up to Christmas and officers have called on the public to help identify the men.
Detective Sergeant Jonathan Kent, who leads Croydon's Wanted Offender's Unit said:
"We're hoping that the public get behind us with this campaign in the run-up to Christmas and some of the people we want to find or identify are wanted in connection with some very serious crimes.
"This week is all about people we want to try and identify. All the images are taken from local CCTV footage and we need the public's help to tell us who these people are."
The men in the images are wanted in connection with a range of separate crimes, including theft, robbery, burglary and cash machine fraud in South Norwood between August and November.
They are also trying to speak to a man with regards to the theft of a Poppy Appeal collection tin from Danny's Fish and Chips in Old Coulsdon last month. Two schoolgirls collected more than £50 from friends to replace the stolen money on hearing of the theft.
"I think the people of Croydon will be absolutely appalled that somebody has stolen a Poppy Appeal charity tin and we are sure that there is somebody out there who knows who this person is," added DS Kent.
"I'd urge you to get in touch if you have any information on his identity or any of the other people featured."
Anyone with information about any of the seven people can contact police on 101, quoting the reference number shown on each image.
Alternatively, they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.