PSNI Foyle has revealed details of the first of its Op Exposure suspects officers are currently hunting.
The suspects are wanted in connection with the break in at Christchurch in the city last month.
Extensive damage was caused to the interior of the church including the church organ.
There was widespread condemnation of the vandalism and the Catholic Bishop of Derry, the Most Rev Donal McKeown, visited Christ Church and offered his support to Archdeacon Robert Miller.
A police spokesperson said: “On Wednesday we will release the first images of those we would like to speak to in connection with a crime.
“The first images will be of 2 males we need to speak to in connection with a Burglary at Christchurch in Derry last month.
“In Op Exposure there will always be a presumption of innocence of all the images we release.
“Butt we need your help to identify these people to prove or disprove their involvement. If you are in any of the images then we would also encourage you to contact us.
“As soon as we have the confirmed identification we will remove the images.
“You can contact us on a dedicated number by phone or by text on 07584 337367
“Alternatively Private Message through Facebook. DO NOT post names on public access.
“You can also contact 101 or anonymously through crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
“Working together we can make a safer community.”