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Wanted: Michael Stacey, Owen Graham, Joseph O'Connor, Bradley Ellis, Glen Luckhurst and Joseph Edet

Wanted: Michael Stacey, Owen Graham, Joseph O'Connor, Bradley Ellis, Glen Luckhurst and Joseph Edet

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POLICE are searching for 20 of the most wanted people in Essex.

Operation Nemesis is the attempt by Essex Police to drive down the number of burglaries and associated crimes countywide.

They have released the names of 20 people wanted as part of the operation.

They include Michael Stacey, 24, last known to be living in Kings Meadow Road, Colchester.

He is wanted in connection with a burglary in Shearing Place, Belchamp St Paul, on August 22.

Also Owen Graham, 34, last known to be living in Magdalen Street, Colchester, who is wanted on warrant on suspicion of harassment.

Joseph O’Connor, 33, last known to be living in Canning Street, Harwich, is wanted for failing to appear at Colchester Magistrates' Court  in connection with a charge of common assault.

 

Bradley Ellis, 22, last known to be living in Station Road, Clacton, is wanted for failing to appear at Colchester Magistrates' Court on suspicion of criminal damage offence. He is also wanted for an alleged breach of a court order on September 19.

 

Glen Luckhurst, 30, last known to be living in Cheshire Street, London, but with connections in the Clacton area, is wanted in connection with a theft from the Co-Op in Frinton Road, Holland-on-Sea on August 11.

He is also wanted on warrant for failing to appear at Colchester Magistrates Court on October 22 in connection with harassment charges.

 

Joseph Edet, 51, last known to be living in Marine Parade West, Clacton, is wanted for non payment of fine in relation to an alleged offence of threatening behaviour. The warrant was issued on November 1.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101, Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or email opnemesis@essex.pnn.police.uk
 

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