Man convicted of possession of a firearm among seven wanted by Croydon police
Police have released images of seven men wanted in connection with a variety of offences.
The men are all believed to be living in the Croydon area.
Kadie Spence, 25, is wanted on recall to prison having been previously convicted of possession of a firearm.
Two men are wanted for failing to attend court, Patrick Fowler, 47, failed to appear at Croydon Crown Court on October 1, and Nicholas Wassall, 43, failed to appear at Inner London Crown Court on January 15, both men had been charged with burglary.
Patrick Fowler failed to appear at court charged with burglary
Nicholas Wassall also failed to appear at court after being charged with burglary
Officers are also looking for Faisal Butt, 36, wanted in connection with a theft of a motor vehicle in May and Keroy Whittle, 32, is wanted in connection with drug offences dating back to last December.
Keroy Whittle is wanted in connection with drug offences
Faisal Butt is wanted in connection with theft of a motor vehicle
Maciej Jablonski is wanted is connection to a burglary in Thornton Heath
Maciej Jablonski, 23, is wanted in connection to a burglary in Thornton Heath in August and Jordan Jamel Burton, 21, is also wanted in connection with a burglary in Croydon in June.
Jordan Jamel Burton is also wanted in connection to burglary
Detective Sergeant Steve George, from Croydon Wanted Offenders Unit said: "We have had some real success in locating wanted people after we recently released images, with three people located within a week and one man handing himself at a police station after seeing his picture.
"If you know where any of these people are, then I’d urge you to get in touch with us."
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the men should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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