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Police publish CCTV images of Camden’s most wanted suspects on new website

PUBLISHED: 00:00 01 December 2013

Suspect 128801. Police in Camden are keen to speak to this man in connection with a robbery which took place on 21st August 2013 near The Chenies, Pancras Road NW1 at 18:30pm. If you recognise this person or have any information on the identity of this person, please contact Crimestoppers (freephone) on 0800 555 111, or call our non emergency number on 101 quoting the suspect identity number above.

Suspect 128801. Police in Camden are keen to speak to this man in connection with a robbery which took place on 21st August 2013 near The Chenies, Pancras Road NW1 at 18:30pm. If you recognise this person or have any information on the identity of this person, please contact Crimestoppers (freephone) on 0800 555 111, or call our non emergency number on 101 quoting the suspect identity number above.

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Police in Camden have launched an online gallery of their most wanted suspects.

Officers have urged members of the public to help fight crime by visiting the website to try to identify suspects.

There are currently about 20 CCTV stills of people wanted for questioning over offences including assault, robbery, burglary, theft and shoplifting.

Det Ch Insp Raffaele D’Orsi, of Camden Police, said: “We continue to robustly reduce crime in Camden in a number of ways, not least through maximising the significant CCTV opportunities that exist in the borough.

“With continued assistance from the public we will maintain this momentum so the criminals remain on the back foot and crime across Camden continues to fall.”

Browse the photo gallery attached to this story or visit the Camden Police website at http://content.met.police.uk/Borough/Camden


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