New Zealand's most wanted criminals will now be published on a new police website.
The site went live today with people police want to talk to in Wellington and Eastern districts being the first to have their photos and details published.
All police districts are expected to have access in about eight weeks.
"It's going to give us a much broader audience of people with potential information about those we're looking for," National Crime Manager, Detective Superintendent Rod Drew said.
"NZ Police has a high level of support from the public, which we are grateful for. This is another way for people to help us get offenders off the street."
The site has two sections, one for criminals or those suspected of crimes, and another for people police want to identify.
"The wanted to identify postings are people who police are interested in speaking with in connection to a crime or incident," Drew said.
"These people may have been caught on CCTV cameras and we will post a still shot of the footage on the site."
A suspect's details will only be posted online if there is an urgent need for them to be tracked down, or they cannot be found through other methods.
Check out the new Wanted Persons website here