St Albans’ most wanted: do you recognise any of these suspects?
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Do you recognise any of these suspects, all wanted in connection with crimes which occurred in the St Albans area?
Police are keen to trace all six men, and have approached the Herts Advertiser for help.
Lee Elwood, 28, of Victory Gardens in Crowland, is wanted for a malicious communications offence on October 30. The victim lives in St Albans.
Leon Stevens, 40, of Jodies Court in St Albans, is wanted for failing to appear at St Albans Crown Court for breach of a court order on October 20.
Thomas Curd, 30, of Sussex Street in London, is wanted for harassment between July 1 and October 12. The victim lives in St Albans.
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Jay Edwards, 18, whose last known address is Latimer Close in Watford, is wanted for an assault which occurred in St Albans on October 3.
50 year old David Majer is wanted for harassment which occurred in St Albans between August 1 and October 5.
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John Murphy, 28, whose last known address was Maynard Drive in St Albans, is wanted for an assault which occurred in St Albans in October 17.
Anyone who has any information on the whereabouts of any of these men is asked to contact the Herts Police non-emergency number 101.
Alternatively contact the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will not go to court.