Officers are appealing for help from the public in tracking down four of the most wanted men in East Lancashire this week.

Lancashire Police has released images and information about the four men, who are all wanted for assault, in the hope the public can help track them down and bring them to justice.

Anyone who recognises the men, or has information about their whereabouts, is asked to contact Lancashire Police.

The four most wanted men in East Lancashire this week

Lancashire Telegraph: Dylan MurgatroydDylan Murgatroyd (Image: Lancashire Police)

The first man on the list is Dylan Murgatroyd, who is wanted for criminal damage and assault.

Murgatroyd, 25, has links to the Hyndburn and Burnley areas.

He is described as being a white male and having dark brown, receding hair, 5ft 8ins tall and being of slim build.

Lancashire Telegraph: Usman RasulUsman Rasul (Image: Lancashire Police)

Next on the list is Usman Rasul, who is wanted for assault.

He is described as an Asian male, standing 5ft 8ins tall, of medium build, and with shaven black hair and a beard.

The 32 year old has links to Burnley, Pendle and Blackburn.

Lancashire Telegraph: Ashley WalkerdineAshley Walkerdine (Image: Lancashire Police)

Police are also seeking to find Ashley Walkerdine, aged 36.

Wanted for assault, Walkerdine is described as a white male of slim build, 5ft 11ins tall, with short brown hair. 

Police have not provided information on what localities he is known to frequent or have links to.

Lancashire Telegraph: Kenzie ThompsonKenzie Thompson (Image: Lancashire Police)

The final man police are after is Kenzie Thompson.

Thompson, 18, is wanted for assault and breach of court bail.

He is described as a white male standing 5ft 11ins tall, of medium build and with light brown hair, with a scruffy beard.

He has links to the Burnley, Pendle and Preston areas.

Anyone who sees any of the men, or has information about where they are, is asked to contact Lancashire Police by calling 101, or by using the crime reporting tool on the force's website.

Information can also be passed to independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555111.