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Brent Police appeal for help tracing wanted suspects
Brent Police are asking for help tracing some of their most wanted suspects.
They are wanted for a range of crimes including burglary, robbery and violence but police have not been able to locate them.
Some have been identified through new forensic evidence or CCTV, while others have been charged and have then failed to turn up at court.
The wanted people include Samuel Donisan, 21, who is wanted for causing actual bodily harm, Felix Moorehouse, 30, who is wanted for failing to appear for burglary, David Morgan, 47, who is wanted for causing grievous bodily harm and Lisa Campbell, 31, who is also wanted for causing grievous bodily harm.
Sergeant Christopher Gadd said: “My dedicated team of officers have been working relentlessly to bring fugitives to justice.
“One of our core principles is that we are very community driven. We realise that positive results have a significant impact on many vulnerable victims of crime and on public confidence in general.
“We recognise that crime can affect people physically, financially, psychologically and emotionally. There is often a sense of disempowerment.
“The arrest of an offender often represents a very important step for the victim in their recovery process. With that in mind, it makes all of us want to do an even better job for those who become victims of crime.”
If you have information about any of these people you are asked to contact the police on 0208 733 3092 or CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.