POLICE have released an image of a man they would like to speak to following a series of burglaries in Sheffield and Barnsley.
Officers are investigating an incident at Stoney Croft, Hoyland, where a property is believed to have been broken into overnight between July 11 and 12, a police spokeswoman said.
During the reported break-in, it’s said that a Ford Kuga, Apple iMac, HP laptop, cards and money were taken.
One of the bank cards was then used in shops in Mexborough and Goldthorpe, added the spokeswoman.
Sheffield officers are investigating two similar incidents which occurred overnight between July 22 and 23.
One alleged victim in Albany Road, Stocksbridge, reported their property had been broken in to at some point between 11pm and 6.30am, said the spokeswoman.
Numerous items were stolen including a Nintendo Switch, a handbag, mobile phone and a bank card. The bank card was again later used in Goldthorpe.
Someone broke into a property on Hole House Lane, Stocksbridge, on the same night, and stole a Kia Soulhunter, the spokeswoman said.
They took £2,000 worth of jewellery, a handbag, tablet and laptop.
The Kia was later found burnt out in Doncaster.
Investigating officers are looking to trace the man pictured and question him in relation to the above incidents. Do you recognise him?
Anyone with information should contact 101, quoting incident number 265 of July 12.
Alternatively, callers can stay anonymous by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers via their website Crimestoppers-uk.org or by calling 0800 555 111.