CCTV images have been released after a number of shoplifting incidents where alcohol and joints of lamb were stolen in Salisbury.

On Sunday, May 6, an unknown man made off with five bottles of whisky from Waitrose.

On the previous day (May 5) a man walked in to Waitrose and made off with joints of lamb without making any effort to pay.

And the next day (May 6), an unknown man made off with five bottles of Whisky from Waitrose.

On Tuesday, May 1, an unknown man walked into the store and selected a bottle of alcohol and left without attempting to pay. He did this on a number of occasions on the same day - taking a total of more than £270 worth of booze which included Champagne and vodka.

A Dewalt Drill was stolen from the B&Q store on Southampton Road on Tuesday, April 17.

Police are looking to identify the men in the CCTV images.

PC Amanda Conn said: "If you recognise any of these males or know about any of these incidents, please contact me on 101."

Anyone with information call PC Conn on 101 or anonymously, via Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.