BBC One’s Crimewatch Roadshow will be live from Lancashire this week.
The popular daytime show will be aired between 9.15am and 10am each weekday morning and will be broadcasting live from a different location across the North West during the week.
Presenter Rav Wilding will be in studio while Sian Lloyd is out on the road presenting from a different location each day.
The programme will be featuring Lancashire crimes over three days and will be live from Preston on Monday, Blackburn on Tuesday and the Dog Training School on Wednesday.
The programme will show re-constructions of crimes from across the county, CCTV appeals and people currently wanted by police in Lancashire. The show will also highlight some of the day-to-day work that goes on to prevent crime across the county.
Lancashire Constabulary’s Assistant Chief Constable, Mark Bates said: “The ‘Crimewatch Roadshow’ programme was very popular last year and we were keen to take the opportunity, not only to showcase the hard work that goes on in Lancashire every day, but also to appeal for information about incidents and crimes that we are keen to progress enquires on and that mean the most to communities.
There will be a number of appeals featured and anyone who has any information about a crime featured is urged to call the programme on 08000 468999 or text CW then the message to 63399 or email CWR@bbc.co.uk.