Do you recognise these Operation Hurricane II suspects?

Can you put a name to these faces?

Police are currently targeting property crime, including break-ins, property damage, thefts and vehicle-related offences via the proactive Operation Hurricane 2.

This week, SA Police are appealing for public assistance to identify the individuals pictured:

1) On 24 April 2020 at Smithfield, the man pictured is alleged to have filled a white Toyota Hilux utility with covered plates, before driving off without payment.

2) On 4 April 2020, the man pictured is alleged to have used a stolen credit card in three separate transactions at Kent Town, Glenside and Rundle Mall. The card was stolen from a motor vehicle a day earlier.

3) About 12.08pm on 29 April, the man pictured is alleged to have shoved a staff member at a Prospect pharmacy, before stealing perfumes from the fragrance cabinet. The man is described as Caucasian, about 187cm tall with short grey hair shaved on both sides, and a large bald patch on top of his head. He was wearing a red and blue jacket, dark pants and black shoes.

If you recognise these individuals, or have information that may assist, please phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or report online at

You can remain anonymous.

You can also assist by reporting suspicious behaviour, particularly around vulnerable business premises, via the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.

Police will deploy additional resources, including State Tactical Response Group officers, CIB detectives, Dog Operations members and PolAir in response to identified crime clusters across the state throughout Operation Hurricane II.

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