THESE are Hampshire’s 100 most wanted. Can you help find them?

The charity Crimestoppers is urging the public to look at their faces and come forward if they have information on crimes ranging from burglary and drugs to sexual assault.

The charity updates the list and Paul Steven Rogerson, wanted in relation to theft offences in Fareham, is the latest addition.

Julia Hughes, Regional Manager for Crimestoppers in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, said: “We’re the eyes and ears of the police, and we can make a huge difference by giving information ourselves and not waiting for someone else to speak up.

“We’re not saying Hampshire has any more of a problem than anywhere else but the constabulary here make really good use of the most wanted site and they have done for the 10 years we’ve been running.”

The van is at Gosport ferry terminal until 12.30pm and will then travel to Tescos in Solent Road, Havant, where it will stay from 1.30pm to 5pm.

It follows the 10th anniversary of Crimestoppers’ Most Wanted list, which has screened 13,000 appeals and led to 3,767 arrests nationwide.

More than 150 appeals have been hosted in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in the last six months with 39 arrests.

Anyone who recognises someone in the gallery can call the charity confidentially on 0800 555 111, fill an anonymous online form or contact police on 101 quoting the crime reference number provided.

Simon Hayes, Hampshire and Isle of Wight’s police and crime commissioner, said: “As a past chairman of Crimestoppers I know and understand the value of these campaigns and I am very happy to financially support this Most Wanted campaign in Hampshire.

“With two local arrests in two days following Crimestoppers’ national campaign, I hope that this local initiative can build upon such impressive results and bring more wanted criminals to justice.”

Rebecca Colvin, intelligence development manager for Hampshire Constabulary, added: “Crimestoppers’ Most Wanted gallery continues to be an integral tool for all of the police and wider law enforcement agencies.”