Three sought following burglaries in Liverpool

Police have released CCTV images of three people who could have information following reported burglaries and attempted break-ins in Liverpool.

There have been several reported incidents that Merseyside Police is investigating:

  • At around 6.20pm on Sunday, 12 May, it was reported that a woman broke into a home in Walton Village and stole clothing before fleeing the scene on foot towards Alsop High School
  • At around 1pm on Wednesday, 15 May, it was reported that a man had attempted to break into a flat on Moorfields, in Liverpool city centre
  • Police are also investigating a burglary at a home on Earle Road, in Wavertree, when it was reported that four males broke into a property and stole several items including a television and a lawn mower between Tuesday, 2 April, and Friday, 5 April, while the homeowner was away. 

Since these reported incidents, which are not believed to be linked, officers from Operation Assure have carried out extensive CCTV enquiries to identify the suspects and have now issued images of four people who they believe could assist with their investigation.

Op Assure is a dedicated burglary team enforced to investigate and decrease thefts and burglary in Liverpool.

Detective Sergeant Hannah Marren said, “To target any place where people live or shop in our community is disgraceful behaviour and our officers are determined to find the people responsible for these four incidents.

“Since these incidents were reported to us, our officers have conducted thorough investigations and are now keen to speak to the four people pictured in the CCTV images as we believe they could have information.

“If you recognise any of these three people, please let us know as they could assist with our ongoing inquiries.”

If you recognise who is in these images or have any information on this incident, please contact @MerPolCC, 101 quoting reference 23000931594.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their online form at: Independent UK charity taking crime information anonymously | Crimestoppers (

Images: Merseyside Police

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A man police believe could have information about the incident in Wavertree
A man police believe could have information about the incident on Moorfields
A woman police believe could have information following the incident in Walton Village