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Man wanted over Elm Park burglary

11:02 02 May 2014

Police would like to speak to Mr Hood in relation to burglary in Hornchurch

Police would like to speak to Mr Hood in relation to burglary in Hornchurch

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Havering police would like to speak to Mark Hood in relation to a burglary at an address in Elm Park on Tuesday March 11.

Hood, 40, of Upton Lane E7, is wanted by police in relation to a non-residential burglary at the address in Hornchurch.

The incident took place at approximately 2:30am on Tuesday March 11.

Anyone with any information as to the whereabouts of this man should contact Havering Serious Acquisitive Crime Unit on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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