Police priority to arrest Eastbourne man

Police priority to arrest Eastbourne man

Police priority to arrest Eastbourne man

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Sussex Police want to speak to this man after a woman was left needing hospital treatment for head and facial injuries following an attack.

Police say locating and arresting 43-year old Jonathon King is a “real priority” for them after a woman known to him was injured in Eastbourne on January 2.

King is also wanted over a burglary in Cowbeech.

Usually a resident of Eastbourne, since the attack police believe he has not been at his usual address in the Langney area and officers have been actively seeking to arrest him.

He is described as white, about 6', of medium but thick set build, and a fair or ruddy complexion.

Detective Constable Emma Penrose-Reed of the East Sussex Specialist Investigations Unit said: "Locating and arresting this man so that he can be interviewed about the alleged offence is a real priority for us and we want to do everything that we possibly can to make sure he cannot continue to evade capture.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to make it clear that anyone found to have been assisting him to evade arrest can also expect to face police investigation."

Anyone with any other information about his movements is asked to contact Sussex Police by dialling 101 or emailing 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 0042 of 22/2.

 

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9:01pm Fri 4 Apr 14

angrymonkey says...

more pics of the unwashed dirty jobless scum left on the streets . maybe he missing picking up the soap in jail .
more pics of the unwashed dirty jobless scum left on the streets . maybe he missing picking up the soap in jail . angrymonkey
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