Have you been under surveillance?

PUBLISHED: 11:22 19 November 2012 | UPDATED: 11:31 19 November 2012

Call police immediately if you recognise any of the people or locations.

Call police immediately if you recognise any of the people or locations.

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Detectives need to hear from you urgently - if you are in any of these pictures or recognise the locations.

Take a good look at this montage of images, released by detectives who have issued an urgent appeal.

Are you in any of the pictures or do you recognise the locations? Contact police urgently, if you can help.

The suspected surveillance footage has been made public by Dorset CID - in an attempt to either prevent or detect a crime.

Detective Constable Andy Haworth said: “We have recovered some more images from what we believe to be surveillance footage of premises possibly in the west of Dorset.

“They show several locations, two women, who we believe are staff, a person in work uniform and a man in a red jacket walking past a red bricked building.

“One of the photos shows a plaque seen through some double doors that has the wording ‘Supported by South Somerset’ with the logo of South Somerset Council underneath.

“I am keen to identify the businesses in these images to find out if they have been a victim of crime and to ensure that their security has not been compromised.”

DC Haworth added: “I particularly would like to speak to the people shown in the pictures to see if they have any information that can help me with my investigation.

“I would like to make it clear that the people seen in these images are purely witnesses to any possible offences and are not in any sort of trouble but I believe that they will be able to identify the locations in the photos.

“Anyone who recognises the locations or the people pictured should contact Dorset Police urgently on 101.”

Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111.


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