Britain’s biggest police force are targeting dozens of wanted suspects by driving around
The ‘targeted week of action’ by the Met Police will include an appeal to the public for any information regarding unsolved crimes in London.
Officers have put up 38 mugshots of wanted men and women on the sides of two police vans that will be driven around the capital all week.
Under ‘Operation Venice’, police are hunting suspected street robbers, burglars and others said to be linked to moped-enabled crimes.
Left: Joshwell Harris, 28, wanted for burglary. Right: John Macdonald, 53, wanted for burglary
Left: Mohammed Asri, 45, wanted for burglary and non-payment of fines. Right: Steve McMonagle, 35, wanted for burglary
Left: Simon Marcus Rhodes-Butler, 42, wanted for burglary. Right: Roger Smith, 52, wanted for failing to appear for burglary
Left: Shayne Young, 24, wanted for failing to appear in relation to driving offences. Right: Rodney Walsh, wanted for burglary
They are aged between 18 to 58 and are wanted for offences including vehicle theft and burglary.
One suspect, Derrick Roye, 47, is wanted in connection with a burglary in which a garage door on Seymour Road, SW19, was forced open and an expensive bicycle was stolen. He was said to have left his own bike behind at the scene.
Another, Enrico Martin, 18, is wanted for failing to appear in relation to a series of linked knifepoint robberies in 2017.
Chief Inspector Jim Corbett, from Operation Venice, said: ‘These offenders have callously robbed, stolen or burgled from communities, commuters and tourists within London, often using violence and weapons, for their own financial gain.
‘We are relentlessly pursuing violent offenders and bringing them to justice, but we need the help of the public as well. Somebody somewhere knows something about these criminals and I urge people to pass any information to us as soon as possible.
Left: Costas Michael, 38, wanted for failure to appear in relation to multiple burglaries. Right: Konna Ward, 20, wanted for attempted GBH
Left: Martin Ward, 28, wanted for burglary. Right: Mouhameed Zouhair, 22, wanted for burglary
Left: Youssef Eldrissi, 27, wanted for violent disorder. Right: Mircea Eduard Musat, 22, wanted for burglary
Left: Michaela Alldis, 40, wanted for burglary. Right: Michael Patrick Moloney, 22, wanted for burglary, handling stolen goods, non-payment of fines, and failing to appear
Left: Michael O’Leary, 20, wanted for aggravated vehicle taking, burglary, and berach of court order. Right: Paul John Hansen, 30, wanted for recall to prison in connection with burglary
‘One phone call could potentially solve or even prevent a crime from happening. All information is treated confidentially and if you don’t want to speak to us, you can contact Crimestoppers who are totally independent of the police.
‘If you see someone or you know the current location of someone who is wanted, please dial 999. Do not put yourself at risk, or confront the individual. Find an appropriate place to make the phone call where you cannot be seen or heard.
‘If you are one of the individuals we wish to speak to, I would suggest handing yourself in to the nearest police station sooner rather than later. Knocking on our door is infinitely better than us knocking on yours!’
Anyone who has any information in regard to these wanted individuals is urged to contact police on 999 or local police by dialling 101. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or tweet @MetCC with any information.
Left: Omari Campbell Hawkins, 29, wanted for failure to appear in connection with burglary. Right: Anton Krasnioi, 38, wanted for burglary
Left: Thomas Rowan, 26, wanted for recall to prison after conviction of numerous driving offences. Right: Hasan Murad, 18, wanted for breach of court order in relation to driving offences
Left: Inteiaz Bheehkan, 34, wanted for burglary. Right: Ricardo Prevost, 33, wanted for money laundering, possession with intent to supply, and failing to appear
Left: Marjo Marku, 30, wanted for burglary. Right: Leonard Reginald Scott, 52, wanted for burglary
Left: Anthony Maughan, 27, wanted for handling stolen goods. Right: Bradley Allingham, 20, wanted for burglary
The Met’s appeal will also feature on BBC’S Crimewatch Roadshow tonight, and operational teams will be working to respond to any live intelligence received.
Officers said the appeal will feature more than 200 items of stolen property, including laptops, camera equipment and watches recovered by the Operation Venice team, in the hope of reuniting them with their rightful owners.
Anyone who thinks their stolen property may be held by police is asked to email details of proof, including serial numbers, to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Op Venice appeal.
Left: Enrico Martin, 18, wanted for failure to appear in relation to knife-point robberies. Right: Anna Silva, 19, wanted for recall to prison for burglary
Left: Bledar Zefi,28, wanted for burglary. Right: Dragos Marcian Ghoic, 34, wanted for failure to appear for a residential burglary
Left: Derrick Roye, 47, wanted for breach of a supervision order and burglary. Right: Cameron Thorne, 18, wanted for theft of a motor vehicle
Left: Ernes Aydin, 21, wanted for failing to appear for criminal damage. Right: Anthony Phillips, 58, wanted for burglary
Left: Tyler Voak, 18, is wanted after failing to appear at court. Right: Sam Alexander Wright, 34, wanted for recall to prison in connection with a harassment offence, failing to appear, and burglary