The faces of London's 10 most wanted criminals
The faces of London’s 10 most wanted criminals have been revealed with police warning the suspects: ‘We will find you.’
The 10 men, who are aged between 20 and 39, are wanted in connection with a range of violent crimes including firearm offences, grievous bodily harm and robbery.
They are classed as ‘high harm’ and are known to have a violent background.
The ten are top targets for the Metropolitan Police as the force kicks off a campaign to reduce violence on the streets of the capital with the evenings getting darker.
One of the suspects is Jordan King, 25, who is wanted in connection with a stabbing in north-west London.
Fabian Castillo- Belaqa, 22, is also a suspect in a stabbing in Chelsea.
Mark Maloney, 23, is wanted on recall to prison and for a moped-enabled jewellery robbery in May 2019.
Meanwhile Raymond Olabode, 21, is wanted for supplying Class A drugs and Ruairi Bicknell, 26, is wanted on recall for the manslaughter of Krzysztof Rusek in 2011, after he’d breached his licence conditions.
The other suspects are:
- Alan Kozhir, 20, who is wanted in connection with a robbery in South Hampstead on October 1.
- Marian Slatioreanu, 39, who is wanted for possession of a firearm linked to an incident in Edgware on March 2.
- Mark Toth, 35, who is wanted on recall to prison and for a violent robbery in Chelsea, November 13 last year.
- Robert Jones, 36, who is wanted for a GBH offence where a man was stabbed in Notting Hill on January 25.
- Samir Drias, 29, wanted for a robbery and stabbing that happened on June 9 2019 on Curzon Street in Westminster.
Dept Insp Dean Purvis, of the Violent Crime Taskforce, said: ‘We are relentlessly pursuing violent offenders and bringing them to justice so that we can keep our city safe, but we need the help of the public as well.
‘Somebody, somewhere knows something about these offenders and I urge you to pass any information to us as soon as possible.
‘These individuals have caused harm and unrest in our communities and it is our priority to arrest them to prevent them from causing further destruction.
‘We have already arrested more than 850 high harm offenders as part of our continued drive to tackle violent crime and we will not stop.’
Inspector Purvis also called on the suspects to ‘do the right thing’ and turn themselves in.
He warned: ‘We are searching for you day and night and will find you eventually.’
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