Police are trying to find a needed man who they are saying is thought to have been in Brighton.
The South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) mentioned that 37-year-old Nicholas Camilleri has attempting to get telephones into a jail.
Camilleri has hyperlinks with Brighton, police mentioned, in addition to different elements of Sussex, south London and Scotland.
Detectives urged anybody who is aware of his whereabouts to contact them.
SEROCU mentioned: “The South East Regional Organised Crime Unit wants your assist to discover a man needed in reference to makes an attempt to get cellphones right into a West Sussex jail.
“Nicholas Camilleri, 37, of no mounted abode, is needed in reference to offences which occurred between the 14 and 17 July 2017 and 31 October and 1 December 2017.
“Between these dates, there have been makes an attempt to get contraband gadgets, together with cellphones and cellphone equipment into HMP Ford, in West Sussex.
“Camilleri is described as round 6ft tall with brown eyes, darkish hair and stubble on his face.
“He has a scar below his left eye on his cheekbone and various tattoos together with the phrase ‘taker’ on the precise aspect of his neck together with three flowers in the identical space.
“On his left arm he additionally has a tattoo saying: ‘I’ve nothing to lose however all the things to stay for.’
“Camilleri has hyperlinks with South London, Brighton and different areas in Sussex, and Scotland.
“Camilleri has been evading seize since March 2020 and we wish the general public’s assist to hint him.
“He’s identified to have been in Brighton and has robust hyperlinks to south London and Scotland too.
“When you have data which you suppose might assist police find him or the place he’s, please name 101 quoting Operation Ford.
“For those who see Camilleri, please contact police instantly on 999. He shouldn’t be approached.
“For those who would favor to stay 100% nameless, please name the unbiased charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.”