THESE are the faces some of Hampshire's most wanted criminals.

Charity Crimestoppers has launched a new campaign to try and hunt down the offenders, who have been charged with a string of offences ranging from common assault to burglary.

In a bid to find them, the organisation will visit The Bargate in Southampton this afternoon with a digital screen showing the pictures of the criminals they're trying to locate.

Tomorrow the charity will visit Wells Place, in Eastleigh between 9am and 12.30pm. 

Crimestoppers' national Most Wanted website received more than 33,000 views last month alone. 

It launched the UK's Most Wanted in 2005 and has been highly successful, with over 4,100 arrests to date.

Emily van der Lely, regional manager for Crimestoppers in Hampshire, said: "Our charity is here to give people the power to speak up and stop crime. Whilst Hampshire is a comparatively safe county, there are people at large who are wanted by law enforcement. 

"The success of Most Wanted is down to the public and their willingness to help us protect those they love and the communities they care about.

"The people of Hampshire have been incredibly supportive of our previous campaigns and I encourage everyone to check the website and let us know immediately if you have any information on any of the individuals."

Crimestoppers guarantees that everyone who contacts us remains 100% anonymous.

In 30 years, the charity has never broken its promise to protect the identity of all who use our service. 

People can call the charity on 0800 555 111 or visit