Manhunt for west Londons most wanted

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Manhunt for west London’s most wanted

Thursday January 26, 2012


Cllr Greg Smith (left) and Borough Commander Lucy D'Orsi with the most wanted mobile ad van 

Take a good look at the faces below – they belong to some of west London’s most wanted criminals.

And today the Met Police has joined forces with Hammersmith & Fulham (H&F) Council to ask for YOUR help in bringing them to justice.

The rogues gallery, with three foot high mug shots mounted on a mobile ad van, started touring west London today (Jan 26) as part of the joint initiative, which has been paid for by the local authority.

Officers want to quiz the suspects for a range of offences including drug dealing, ABH and burglary.

“Criminals can run, but they cannot hide,” said Cllr Greg Smith, H&F Cabinet Member for Residents’ Services. “We need residents to take a long hard look at these faces and help us put these villains behind bars. Our message is clear, if you know these people we want you to turn them in.”

“Crime is falling in Hammersmith & Fulham but, as a council, we want to do everything we can to make our borough even safer and hopefully this rogues gallery will generate some leads for the police to follow.”


Wanted: Amy Libren
Local bobbies want to catch up with Amy Libren (39) who is charged with ABH on her partner in addition to three charges for possession of crystal meth, cocaine and mephedrone.

 

CAUGHT: Sean Patterson
Police are trying to track down Sean Patterson (22) and Darrell Richmond (below) who are both charged with a £2,000 jewellery heist in W12. Both failed to appear at Isleworth Crown Court on November 3, 2011.

Wanted: Darrell Richmond
Police are trying to track down Sean Patterson (above) and Darrell Richmond (22) who are both charged with a £2,000 jewellery heist in W12. Both failed to appear at Isleworth Crown Court on November 3, 2011.

Wanted: Philip Brown
Philip Brown (31) went on the run after failing to turn up to Kingston Crown Court for sentencing. He has pleaded guilty to supplying crack cocaine and heroin after being caught in possession of a large quantity of drugs.

Wanted: Maria Calvi
The staff only areas of pubs around W12 and W6 were targeted by Maria Calvi (24) who failed to appear at West London Magistrates Court and is charged with two counts of burglary.

Wanted: Paul Dunkley
Paul Dunkley (19) is charged with burglary of a jewellers in Shepherds Bush and admitted the offence. However, he failed to appear in court in May last year.

Wanted: Adam Gryzec
Adam Gryzec (34) was sentenced to a year in prison for burglary and is wanted for failing to comply with his reporting conditions after he was released in November.


H&F Council is spending £1.3million a year for three enhanced town centre squads of beat bobbies meaning the borough has 44 more Police officers than it would do otherwise.

Chief Superintendent Lucy D'Orsi, H&F Borough Commander, said: “We are committed to catching all outstanding offenders who think that they can evade justice. We are, in addition to using traditional techniques and electronic media, publishing these images right across the borough and would urge people to contact us so that these criminals can be brought before the courts.”

Please do not approach any of these people directly. If you have information please dial: 101; or email: hammersmithandfulham.police@met.police.uk; or tweet: @MPSHammFul (opens new window).

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OK firstly, grammar people grammar! These people SHOULD be put up for all to see, they all look disgusting and are all nasty people. They do not deserve second chances as these are the people that we do not need in our society. Moreover, these people should learn some self god dam respect! Greedy, selfish and vile. Hope they all get caught!!
From Sweethart on 16/01/2013 at 18:07
Mark Raymond Gordan is a scum bag and deserves to be locked away.
From Joe on 16/03/2012 at 22:36
H&F Council response @ James
We have noted your comments but do not believe that it is in the public interest to take down the details about Mark Raymond Gordon at this time. Mr Gordon's conviction is a matter of public record and residents have a right to know what actions the local Police and council are taking to reduce crime in the borough.
From H&F Council on 28/02/2012 at 14:59
I am grateful for all the police do but I disagree strongly with posting pictures of those convicted. It seems unnecessary and an extremely damaging thing. Everyone makes mistakes and deserves a second chance but posting pictures of criminals of the internet - which are spread to thousands within seconds - is very wrong. This will only further divide society and will not help criminals' chances of admitting wrongs and changing their ways for the better. Shame is not the solution and never has been. Prosecution is one thing but this as no more than public humiliation, causing divisions in society. On behalf of Mark Raymond Gordon, please would you remove his face from your website? Unless Mark Raymond Gordon has given his consent to use his face, then this is a breach of his rights is it not? I believe Mark is capable of changing his ways as is every human but what you have done here will not help him do so. You have just made him an outcast from society and have deprived him of dignity which he is very much worthy of having, as a human being.
From James on 24/02/2012 at 17:17
Good to see this page, indeed.If local citizenry has such info, these individuals hiding places will disappear, as will the ability to move around to evade police apprehension, their world will shrink, because more decent and civic minded people will now know to call in these people if spotted. The public can only be eyes and ears of a community for the police, if they know who to look for. More of this please! The more criminals are caught via public exposure, via Internet local council safer neighbourhood portals or local newspapers etc, as wanted criminal persons, the better deterrent effect this strategy will have. If criminals are caught via this wanted persons exposure format, it should be publicised, so word gets around among the nefarious minded, society, the community where you live, the community you've affected, is watching out for you, as well as police, we all know who you are, now, ay. Give criminals no place to hide!!!Please be mindful people, this is observe, note, and report.
From PaxDelta on 27/01/2012 at 17:58

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