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Police are asking in your assist to find needed man.
Le, aged 49, who’s a Vietnamese nationwide, is needed in reference to the reported rape of a kid in 2012 or 2013.
The sufferer reported the matter to police in 2018 and an investigation started to establish a suspect and find Le. Regardless of intensive enquiries, he has not but been situated.
Le may additionally be identified by the names Tai Le or Cho Ngay Hanh Phuc. Anybody with data is requested to name South Yorkshire Police on 101 quoting investigation quantity 14/29287/18.
Alternatively, you’ll be able to stay utterly nameless by contacting unbiased charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or on-line at crimestoppers-uk.org.
Police in Doncaster are interesting for data on the whereabouts of needed man Ramyar Sayed.
Sayed, 22, is needed in reference to reported offences of malicious communications, coercive management and stalking.
The offences are reported to have been dedicated in Doncaster between January and November 2020.
Sayed, who’s believed to have connections to Newcastle in addition to Doncaster city centre, is described as having quick, straight black hair and a brief black beard. He additionally has a tattoo on his neck, which is believed to say ‘bakawm’.
Have you ever seen Ramyar? Have you learnt the place he is likely to be?
Please name 101 quoting incident quantity 213 of 26 October 2020. You can too give data anonymously to unbiased charity Crimestoppers by way of their web site – www.crimestoppers-uk.org – or by calling their UK Contact Centre on 0800 555 111.
Police are asking in your assist to find 23-year-old Gary Beck.
Beck is needed in reference to reported offences of possession with intent to provide Class A and Class B medication, and theft of a motorcar.
Beck is described as being 5ft 10ins tall, with straight blonde hair, however he’s identified to maintain his hair very quick or shaved.
Have you learnt Beck? Have you learnt the place he is likely to be?
Please name 101 quoting crime quantity 14/66403/20. Alternatively, you can provide data anonymously to unbiased charity Crimestoppers by way of their web site – www.crimestoppers-uk.org – or by calling their UK Contact Centre on 0800 555 111.
Police in Doncaster have launched a brand new description and contemporary attraction for details about needed man John Elliott, who absconded from an open jail final 12 months.
Elliott, 41, left the jail on Sunday 11 October 2020 and didn’t return.
He was serving a three-year sentence at HMP Hatfield for housebreaking.
Elliott is believed to have hyperlinks to West Yorkshire, in addition to Lancashire and Larger Manchester. Nevertheless, he could have travelled elsewhere within the nation and officers are eager to listen to from anybody who is aware of the place he’s.
Elliott, who could also be going by the alias identify John Pearson, is described as being of medium construct, with greying hair and a beard. As well as, he has three fingers lacking on his left hand, solely having his thumb and forefinger.
He’s described as having a scar on his proper center finger, in addition to scars on his arms. Elliott additionally has a smiley face tattoo on the highest of one in all his arms.
For those who see Elliott, please name 999. If in case you have details about the place he’s, or the place he has been, please name 101 quoting incident quantity 823 of 11 October 2020.
Elliott is now featured on unbiased charity Crimestoppers Most Needed web site – crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/most-wanted/attraction?… You can provide Crimestoppers data anonymously by way of their web site, or by calling their UK Contact Centre on 0800 555 111.