Gwent Police want information following a burglary in Lliswerry, Newport when a large amount of computer equipment was stolen and damaged.
The offence occurred sometime between 9pm and 11pm on the 19th June.
If you saw anything suspicious or recognise anyone in this footage, contact 101 quoting log number 108 20/06/2016.
Carmarthenshire County Council says live monitoring of CCTV cameras is to stop and the money saved to be used for the Meals on Wheels service.
It says the move was based on the findings of an independent review commissioned by the Police and Crime Commissioner saying there was no case to support active monitoring of public CCTV and that there was little evidence that the cameras deterred violent or alcohol related crime.
Carmarthenshire was the only county in the Dyfed Powys Police area to actively monitor CCTV cameras.
The council says savings of around £100,000 will fund the Meals on Wheels service.
The cameras, which are predominantly sited in town centre areas of Ammanford, Burry Port, Carmarthen and Llanelli, will remain on and continue to record but the reviewing of recorded footage would have to be undertaken by the Police.
A body camera pilot scheme run by police in Cardiff is to be extended following a number of successful prosecutions.
Since June a team of response officers in the west of Cardiff have been equipped with the camera when attending 999 calls to violent incidents.
The cameras, similar to those worn by extreme sportspeople such as snow boarders and rock climbers, captures evidence in the same way as traditional CCTV cameras.
Two men were this week sentenced at Cardiff Magistrates' Court after being arrested by officers equipped with the camera.
Detective Sergeant Chris Hathway, from South Wales Police who is leading the project, said: "CCTV is used on a daily basis for successful prosecutions in a wide range of crimes.
"While Cardiff is well equipped with an excellent CCTV system, there are occasions where officers attend an incident perhaps at a residential or commercial property where there are no cameras.**
"This evidence will supplement all the usual enquiries such as witness statements and forensic examination."**