Mugshot Screening Birmingham

Pictures of looting and disorder suspects are being displayed on a large mobile screen around Birmingham. The ?Digi-Van?, with a six-metre square display unit, is being driven around the city centre showing over 50 CCTV images of the wanted people between 7am and 7pm today, tomorrow and Saturday. It will stop at in key central locations for shoppers and commuters to get a good look at the photographs in the hope they can help officers identify possible offenders.

Pictures of looting and disorder suspects are being displayed on a large mobile screen around Birmingham. The ?Digi-Van?, with a six-metre square display unit, is being driven around the city centre showing over 50 CCTV images of the wanted people between 7am and 7pm today, tomorrow and Saturday. It will stop at in key central locations for shoppers and commuters to get a good look at the photographs in the hope they can help officers identify possible offenders.

Pictures of looting and disorder suspects are being displayed on a large mobile screen around Birmingham. The ?Digi-Van?, with a six-metre square display unit, is being driven around the city centre showing over 50 CCTV images of the wanted people between 7am and 7pm today, tomorrow and Saturday. It will stop at in key central locations for shoppers and commuters to get a good look at the photographs in the hope they can help officers identify possible offenders.

Pictures of looting and disorder suspects are being displayed on a large mobile screen around Birmingham. The ?Digi-Van?, with a six-metre square display unit, is being driven around the city centre showing over 50 CCTV images of the wanted people between 7am and 7pm today, tomorrow and Saturday. It will stop at in key central locations for shoppers and commuters to get a good look at the photographs in the hope they can help officers identify possible offenders.

Pictures of looting and disorder suspects are being displayed on a large mobile screen around Birmingham. The ?Digi-Van?, with a six-metre square display unit, is being driven around the city centre showing over 50 CCTV images of the wanted people between 7am and 7pm today, tomorrow and Saturday. It will stop at in key central locations for shoppers and commuters to get a good look at the photographs in the hope they can help officers identify possible offenders.