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Brent Police reveal November’s 12 most wanted suspects

PUBLISHED: 11:36 13 November 2012

Denny Desilva, 20,  is wanted on a recall to prison

Denny Desilva, 20, is wanted on a recall to prison

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Three are wanted for burglary offences against women

Arrests following last month’s appeal

Following last month’s appeal in the Times the police have made two arrests.

Darius Aleksander, 23, was wanted on recall to prison and also suspected of committing a burglary in Farm Avenue, Wembley, whilst on the run.

Marchin Gadaczek, 34, was wanted on suspicion of committing a burglary in Priory Close, Wembley.

Both men are in custody.

Brent Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of the borough’s 12 most wanted suspects.

Three are wanted for committing burglary offences against women and two have been released from prison and have since broken the conditions of their licence so are being recalled.

The others are wanted for other offences including the cultivation of drugs and fly-tipping.

Some have been identified through new forensic evidence or through CCTV, while others have already been charged and failed to turn up at court.

Chief Superintendent Matthew Gardner, Brent Police Borough Commander, said: “Brent Police and our partners will use every tactic to disrupt, catch and convict people who break the law.

“There are no hiding places in Brent. We will do everything we can to keep burglars, robbers and violent offenders in custody and place them in front of the court.”

If you have any information please contact Brent Police on 020 8733 3092, the Warrants Unit on 20 8733 3139 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Click on photo gallery at the top right to see all suspects.


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