Havering’s Most Wanted: do you know where these men are?

Robert Morris aged 22 from Hornchurch

Robert Morris aged 22 from Hornchurch - Credit: Archant

Do you know the whereabouts of these five people? They are all sought by police on suspicion of a number of alleged crimes, ranging from assault to robbery.

Check out the picture gallery to see if you recognise any of these individuals.

If you have any information, ring Romford Police on 01708 779215 or call 101.

- Robert Morris:

The 22-year-old, from Hornchurch, is wanted in connection with a serious assault where a victim was attacked with a baseball bat, on April 22.

He is also wanted on suspicion of threatening behaviour on May 6 in Romford Market.

He is described as a white male, 6ft tall, of proportionate build, with blue eyes and short light brown hair.

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Residents are warned that they should not approach Robert, but can phone Romford Police or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

- Jason Tattam:

The 39-year old from North London is wanted on a prison recall, after allegedly breaching his parole conditions, and has links to the Harold Hill area.

He is described as a white male of slim build, 6ft tall with blue eyes and brown skinhead style hair.

- Jack O’Brien:

The 25-year-old is wanted by Essex Police in connection with a robbery on April 23, where a victim was assaulted before money and jewellery were stolen. His last known address was in Collier Row.

He is described as white male of slim build, 5ft 10in with blue eyes and short dark hair.

- Lee Wickendon:

The 28-year-old is wanted for an alleged breach of a court order, at Snaresbrook Crown Court, on January 21. His last known address was in Harold Hill.

He is described as a white male of slim build, 5ft 10in with brown eyes and short black hair.

- Matthew Squibb:

The 24-year-old is wanted for an alleged breach of a court order, at Barkingside Magistrates Court, on August 29 2015. His last known address was in Harold Hill.

He is described as a white male of slim build, 6ft with brown eyes and collar length straight brown hair.

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