Most wanted: Can you help police in North Lincolnshire find these men?
POLICE have released pictures of five of the most wanted men in North Lincolnshire.
A campaign to try to bring to justice the suspects in time for Christmas has today been launched by Humberside Police.
Images have been issued of people police want to trace in connection with offences including burglary, alleged sexual assaults, an accosting and an armed robbery.
Three men are wanted in connection with an armed robbery on Chapel Street in Amcotts on Sunday, April 8.
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The men are said to have entered the property at around 6.30am.
They made threats before stealing money and a gold bracelet.
In a separate incident, a man is wanted by police in connection with an alleged sexual assault on Oswald Road, Scunthorpe, between 2am and 4.30am on Saturday, November 12, 2011. A 19-year-old woman was in Bamboogie Bar, Scunthorpe, with a friend when she was approached by a man.
He is said to have inappropriately touched the 19-year-old inside the bar before sexually assaulting her as she walked towards Oswald Road with her friend.
Police are also seeking another man in connection with a separate alleged sexual assault in the early hours of Monday, December 27, 2010.
An 18-year-old woman left a Doncaster Road takeaway and got in to a vehicle she believed to be a taxi.
The driver is alleged to have driven the car in to the car park of Poundstretcher on Station Road. He is then alleged to have sexually assaulted her. Police say the man then threw the girl out of the vehicle and drove off.
Officers also want to speak to a man wanted in connection with a burglary on Tetley Road, Scunthorpe, on Monday, September 12, 2011 between 8.30pm and 8.40pm.
The man is alleged to have asked a man in his 80s if he could change some money.
As the elderly man went inside his property, the man is said to have stolen a sum of cash and walked away.
Another of those sought is a motorist wanted for allegedly grabbing hold of a 16-year-old girl's arm in Westwoodside at 9.30pm on August 9.
DC Brian Coates of Humberside Police, who is heading up this campaign, said: "This Christmas, we have decided to release these images, some of which have been re-released, in an attempt to bring these people to justice and to see if we can have them locked up instead of walking the streets and possibly committing further offences.
"At this time we do not know where these people are and they could be living anywhere in the Humber area, so please if you think you might be able to help us get them locked up, make that call to 101.
"Some of the offences they have committed have caused great distress to their victims and police want them brought to justice. I believe with help of the local communities we can achieve this."
DC Coates said the force has a high success rates after releasing electronic images and hoped this campaign had the same success.
He added: "We regularly release electronic images of people wanted for a number of offences and in Humberside we have about a 50 per cent success rate, in locating those offenders, which I can say is thanks to help from the general public and the media.
"Some of these offences have been committed as a result of people not locking their doors and windows and letting people into their homes, who they really don't know. Police ask people please to be vigilant and think before letting people enter your house as there are a lot of non genuine people out there who just want to steal your money and valuables.
"If this campaign is a success we will be looking to do this again later in 2013, so please have a look at the pictures and see if you can support Humberside Police in making your local community a safer place to be."