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Two Havering fugitives wanted by police

PUBLISHED: 09:37 31 March 2014 | UPDATED: 09:37 31 March 2014

Ross Dawson is wanted by police. Picture: Met Police

Ross Dawson is wanted by police. Picture: Met Police

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Two Havering men are wanted by police for breaching their release conditions from prison.

Sonny Hagland is wanted for breaching his release conditions. Picture: Met PoliceSonny Hagland is wanted for breaching his release conditions. Picture: Met Police

Ross Dawson, 29, of Hornchurch, and Sonny Hagland, 23, of Harold Hill, are both being recalled to prison.

Dawson was serving a sentence for robbery before his release and Hagland was doing time for burglary.

Both have connections to the Ilford, Dagenham, Brentwood and Basildon areas.

Dawson who is 5’10” with blue eyes is also known to frequent West Malling in Kent.

Hagland has connections to Braintree and Witham and is 5’09” with brown eyes.

If anybody has any information regarding their whereabouts contact the Havering Police’s fugitive desk on 01708 779 215 quoting reference EWMS 02RC/399952 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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