These are the faces of some of Leeds’s most wanted criminals.
Their images will be broadcast on big screens across the country as the charity Crimestoppers marks ten years of its online rogues gallery.
Adam Day, 39, is wanted in connection with a number of sexual offences in Leeds and Norfolk.
He failed to answer bail having been arrested last year for possessing indecent images and sexual assault.
Kyle Major, 24, of Armley, is wanted on suspicion of five offences including domestic violence, robbery, damage and threatening behaviour.
Lee Kirton, 36, is suspected of a string of shoplifting offences, including Harrogate Road in north Leeds.
Thomas North’s rap sheet includes threatening behaviour, thefts from cars and driving offences in Hunslet.
Troy Howe, 44, formerly of Spencer Place, Chapeltown, has not been seen since he was sentenced to jail for harassment last year.
The faces of the five men will be displayed on a big screen in Victoria Gardens, in front of Leeds Art Gallery, on Saturday as part of a nationwide tour by Crimestoppers.
Since it was founded in 2015, more than a quarter of the 12,524 suspects pictured on the Most Wanted website have been arrested.
Lord Ashcroft, founder and chair of Crimestoppers, said: “Most Wanted continues to be a success a decade after we launched it and we wanted to celebrate this milestone.
“A huge number of those who have been listed on the website have been arrested over the years and we hope this Most Wanted tour of the UK will increase that number.
“The digital screens will be hitting the streets, possibly going in to the cities and towns where these suspects are hiding.”
Gemma Wilson, the charity’s Yorkshire and Humberside regional manager, added: “Most Wanted appeals to the nation’s ‘arm chair’ detectives – those who want to help fight crime from the safety of their own home and, above all else, anonymously.
“It was quite ground-breaking when it first launched as the first national online source of wanted individuals and it continues to be an important tool for UK law enforcement today.”