Added on 19 May 2017 at 13:25
We need to speak to them in connection with ongoing anti-social behaviour in Shirehampton.
A man in his 60s is repeatedly being targeted in his own home, with eggs thrown at his house and people banging on his door and running away.
Neighbourhood Manager Inspector Paul Bolton-Jones said: “I’d urge local people to take a close look at the image and, if you might know who makes up the group, get in touch.
“The still was taken from the victim’s own CCTV camera and we’re working to identify who’s involved.
“We’re also working to reduce wider anti-social behaviour in the area and would urge parents to support us in this. A lot of the problems are happening in the evenings.
"I’d ask parents whose children are out later to establish what they’re up to and have a frank conversation about the consequences of getting caught up in such behaviour," Insp Bolton-Jones
“Unfortunately, the area is not ordinarily covered by CCTV, but we have arranged for a police camera to be installed, which will cover The Parade area. Hopefully, this won’t only act as a deterrent, but will also help us identify who’s responsible for the ongoing issues,” he added.
Anyone who may be able to identify the people in the CCTV still, or with other information about people causing problems, should contact the Avonmouth and Shirehampton police team or call the non-emergency number 101.
Alternatively, you can give information anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or through their website, www.crimestoppers-uk.org