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Can you help track down Sussex's most wanted?
Do you recognise any of these suspects on the run, dubbed Sussex's most wanted?
Crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers has launched a new rogues’ gallery of suspects it wants to track down.
For the first time, pictures of people the police need to trace will be included in the charity’s Most Wanted gallery.
It allows police forces across the country to work with the National Crime Agency, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the UK Border Force to seek help from the public.
Drugs It is hoped that by adding CCTV pictures and e-fits, it will help police put names to faces and catch more criminals.
In the gallery: Shafi Omar is wanted for a serious GBH on September 11, 2013 when the throat of a victim was slashed with a knife at East Berkshire College, Slough. He is believed to have links to Sussex.
Daniel Hyde, from Hastings, is wanted on recall to prison for breaching his release conditions in September 2007. He was originally jailed for possession of drugs with intent to supply.
Fabio Perez is wanted for possession of a large quantity of cannabis with intent to supply in Bognor High Street, in February 2009, and later failing to answer bail.
David Elston is wanted for failing to appear in court after being charged with a public order offence and assaulting a police officer in Selsey High Street in April 2008.
Frederic Lezziero is wanted in connection with possession with intent to supply cannabis and money laundering in South Terrace, Hastings.
Anthony Harding is wanted for arson and failed to appear at Lewes Crown Court in December 2005.
John Levy, of Pulborough, is wanted for driving off from a petrol station without paying for £51 of diesel. He then assaulted two work colleagues, leaving one with a broken jaw.
David Burnett is wanted on warrant for failing to appear at Lewes Crown Court for robbery.
Nokwazi Culube is suspected of five identity fraud offences in Sussex.
Anyone who recognises these people should call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or fill in the anonymous form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
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