RUGBY’S most wanted are being sought by police – who need the help of the public to track them down.
Officers would like to speak to five men from the area about various incidents ranging from burglary to assault.
Detective Chief Inspector Neil Harrison said: “We are committed to tackling criminal activity in Rugby. We believe that some of these men will have information that will help us to solve some outstanding crimes and bring the people responsible to justice.
“Others have failed to appear in court and it is important that we locate these people and get them back into the justice system.
“The public’s help is vital in helping us to locate these individuals and I’d appeal for anyone with information to contact us.”
If you can help police to locate any of these men please call 101, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously via www.crimestoppers-uk.org or on 0800 555 111.
- Not pictured: Sahjada Hussain
Area: Believed to live in the Hillmorton area of Rugby.
Wanted in connection with: Assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
Details of incident: On September 22, 2013, a woman in her 20s was assaulted on High Street, Hillmorton, Rugby.
* Police have located 46-year-old Jason Kempton from Rugby. Police wanted to speak to him about an incident in Rugby and asked the public for their help.
He is cooperating with police and assisting with their enquiries.
* Raymond Batchelor, 33, from Rugby, was arrested on Wednesday (April 27). He was wanted for failing to appear at Warwickshire Magistrates Court on a charge of theft from a shop. He was due in court on Thursday (April 28).