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Havering’s Most Wanted: Do you know the whereabouts of these men?

PUBLISHED: 09:00 29 March 2013

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Jason Harvey

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Do you know the whereabouts of these six men? They are all sought by Havering Police on suspicion of a number of alleged crimes, ranging from fraud to domestic assault.

More than a third of the 64 men and women who have appeared in these pages as part of our Most Wanted campaign have been arrested.

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Supt Tony Bennett, of Havering Police, said: “Once again we are asking the community to assist us in locating these wanted individuals.

“We have had some great successes over the last few months and hope that information from the community will assist once more.”

If you have any information, please call 101.

Matthew Baker:

The 25-year-old is wanted for alleged domestic assault and shoplifting in Havering, He is believed to be in the borough.

Taijudeen Oshipitan:

The 44-year-old, who sometimes goes by the alias Olukayde Olowoselu, is wanted for alleged fraud in Havering. His suspected whereabouts is unknown.

Simon Carroll:

The 48-year-old is wanted on suspicion of employee theft in Collier Row.

He is known to work in the Havering area.

Jason Harvey:

Harvey, 35, who also goes by the name Paul Ferguson, is wanted on a prison recall. He is believed to be staying in the Harold Hill area.

Farhan Khan:

The 42-year-old, who goes by an alias of Pervez Mirza, is also wanted on a prison recall. His last known address is in Havering but he is believed to be in the Ilford area.

Richard Lyttle:

The 45-year-old is wanted for an alleged assault in Collier Row; he is believed to be in the Havering/Essex area.


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