Six of ‘Redbridge’s most wanted’ arrested by police – can you identify 14 others?
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Six men who appeared in last week’s Recorder as part of “Redbridge’s most wanted” have been arrested by police.
The men, two of whom handed themselves in after seeing their photos published, were among 20 faces released by detectives.
Steve Naden-Gelezi, 23, went to Wimbledon Police Station and was arrested for two burglaries – including one in Ilford – for which he has been bailed until July, and for failing to appear at Barkingside Magistrates’ Court for alleged road traffic offences.
Nicky Love, 22, was arrested in Enfield on Friday and bailed until July 16 in relation to handling stolen goods and detained for failing to appear at court for burglary.
Romaine McKoy, 21, was arrested for failing to appear at Barkingside Magistrates’ Court under the Dangerous Dogs Act. He has been bailed.
Daljit Singh, 31, has been charged with a non-dwelling burglary and bailed until Sunday in connection with a burglary in Redbridge.
Danius Gancevskis was arrested in Chelmsford, Essex, for failing to appear at Thames Magistrates’ Court for failing to attend/remain at a drugs assessment.
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- 5 Air ambulance lands after man stabbed in South Woodford
- 6 Man denies committing GBH during alleged robbery at Barkingside Tesco
- 7 Guilty: Hainault man admits traffic light stabbing
- 8 Found: Missing girl who was believed to have travelled to east London
- 9 Teen found guilty of robbing boy, 12, in Romford while carrying knife
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And Daniel Szymankiewicz, 37, handed himself in yesterday for being wanted on a recall to prison.
Police are still looking for fourteen men and women wanted for a range of alleged offences. To see their faces, click on the gallery link above.