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Redbridge’s Most Wanted - can you help police trace these suspects?

14:38 24 January 2013

Terry Skinner

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Terry Skinner 01JI/344538

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These are the faces of the men and women who police say are Redbridge’s most wanted.

The alleged crimes they are wanted in connection with range from assault to burglary, theft and drugs.

Det Sgt John Arnold said: “It is very important we get these people into police custody.

“I urge the public to help us, as they have always done with past appeals. If they know where these people are, or have any information that could assist us, please contact Ilford police.”

Click on our gallery above to view the images.

The public are advised not to approach any of the suspects.

Call police on the non- emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting the reference below the relevant picture.

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