Police are asking residents in Marlborough if they recognise this man who has taken goods worth £3000 from a supermarket.
The three separate occasions, a male has gone into Waitrose in Marlborough and taken beauty products, electric toothbrushes and other items.
Each time, the value of the items is around £1000, meaning in total £3000 worth of goods have been stolen.
The suspect, who is believed to be the same person, is described as white, aged between 40-50, around five foot ten inches tall with a shaven head.
He sometimes wears glasses, which he removes along with his hat, once he leaves the store.
Anyone with information should contact PC Anthony Boardman on 101.
Three men are due before Chippenham magistrates, charged in connection with a raid on a jeweller's shop in Marlborough in Wiltshire.
It happened at Deacon & Sons in the High Street on Tuesday morning. Men smashed display cabinets and grabbed jewellery.
20-year-old Lynton Summerfield and Marcus Cohen and Paul Gallimore, both 33, who are all from the Coventry area have been charged with robbery.
Two people, thought to have been involved in a robbery at a jewellers in Wiltshire are still on the run. Deacon and Sons on Marlborough High Street was broken into yesterday. The gang fled in a car which was later found on fire. Another vehicle, pursed by Swindon police, crashed near a hospital.
Part of the investigation is centred around a vehicle which collided with a Royal Mail van on the A419. A Wiltshire Police operation is currently taking place.
A third man has been arrested after five men smashed a Marlborough jewellers and crashed the car they left the scene in.
Wiltshire Police have just confirmed to ITV News Meridian that two men have been arrested and three men are at large after a robbery at a jewellery store.