POLICE are still trying to track down suspects and criminals on their "most wanted" list.

Among them is a man who was jailed for a grievous attack, and a suspect alleged to have been involved in an attack outside a nightclub that left two people unconscious.

Firstly, police are offering a £500 reward for the capture of William Westein, who is thought to be in the Brighton or Littlehampton areas.

The 23-year-old was released from jail on Tuesday, April 21, on licence, part way through serving a three-year custodial sentence.

Westein had been convicted of driving whilst disqualified, dangerous driving, failing to stop, driving without insurance, possession of an offensive weapon and possession of a Class B drug.

The Argus:

He is white and is described as having a medium build with short brown hair and blue eyes. 

Anyone who sees him is asked to call 101 quoting 47200068814, or to report information online at sussex.police.uk.

Convict Andrew Anderson remains on the run since skipping his trial in December.

The 38-year-old was last known to have been living in Sutherland Avenue in Bexhill.

He is 5ft 9in tall and of medium build.

Detective Inspector Jon Gillings said: “Recent information suggests that Anderson may have been in London.

The Argus:

“We believe he may still be in the Waltham Forest area of East London, particularly Leytonstone, working on building sites there or elsewhere in London.

“We also want to interview him about allegations of further similar harassment offences against one of the women and against two other women, since his conviction.”

Anyone who sees Anderson or knows where he is should call 101 or 999, quoting serial 474 of 15/11.

Che Isaacs Neville has been wanted since April 6. 

The 20-year-old, is wanted in relation to a number of assaults and criminal damage.

He is known to frequent Hastings and Bexhill, as well as having an address in London. He was seen in the area of Bexhill railway station at the beginning of April.

Anyone who sees him, or who has any information as to his whereabouts, is asked to contact police online or call 101 quoting serial 269 of 25/02.

Meanwhile Alex Evans from Eastbourne is wanted for failing to turn up to court for breaching a suspended sentence.

Meanwhile the 27-year-old is also wanted over an attack outside the Cameo nightclub on March 7.

The Argus:

Police said: "At about 3.15 am on Saturday 7 March, three men aged 18, 20 and 27, and a woman aged 18, were assaulted outside the Cameo nightclub in Langney Road, Eastbourne.

"The victims were attacked by a man who punched them and knocking them to the ground, rendering two of the men briefly unconscious.

"Two of the men were taken to hospital for treatment, and the 20-year-old man was found to have a broken jaw."

Evans is a slim white man, 6ft tall, with dark brown hair and distinctive tattoos on his neck and ears.

On 30 March at Lewes Crown Court, a warrant was issued for Evans' arrest, for failing to comply with a two-year suspended sentence on 11 November 2019 requiring 60 hours unpaid work, after he was convicted for theft from a shop.

Detective Constable Paul Kelly said; "We also want to speak to anyone who was in the area of the nightclub, perhaps leaving or standing outside at the time.

"If you have seen Alex Evans or know where he is, or if you have any other information please contact us online or call 101, quoting serial 177 of 07/03.

"You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111."

Next on the wanted list is 28-year-old Thomas French is wanted on recall to prison over a grievous attack.

French, who is known in the Worthing and Lancing areas, is a white man, 5ft 11ins tall, with light brown cropped hair and green eyes.

He also frequents the Guildford area.

The Argus:

French is being recalled to prison on the directions of the Probation Service for failing to comply with the terms of his licence conditions, after being released from prison on 10 February part of the way through a 23-month sentence for grievous bodily harm.

Anyone who sees French should not approach him but should contact the police on 999 or 101, quoting serial 817 of 17/03.

Finally there is a £500 reward for information for the capture of robbery suspect Toni Deerans.

The 37-year-old is also wanted in connection with burglaries in Brighton.

Detective Inspector Glenn Taylor said: “Deerans is the prime suspect for numerous burglaries we’re investigating in the Brighton area and we want to trace her as soon as possible.

The Argus:

“We are offering £500 for information that leads to her arrest and prosecution, which we hope will incentivise anyone withholding crucial knowledge of her whereabouts to come forwards.

“If you know where Deerans is, or know anything about her movements over the past few weeks, please get in touch and speak to us about it. Be reassured that any information you provide will be treated in confidence.”

Anyone with information can call 101 and quote 239 of 28/01.