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Hunt to find Brent’s most wanted woman and three men

PUBLISHED: 15:07 28 July 2015 | UPDATED: 15:07 28 July 2015

Police are searching Darren Edwards (Top Left), Patricia Martin (Top right), Steven Pozzoli (Bottom Left), Taikan Zrezavatchi (Bottom Right)

Police are searching Darren Edwards (Top Left), Patricia Martin (Top right), Steven Pozzoli (Bottom Left), Taikan Zrezavatchi (Bottom Right)

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Police in Brent have released images of three men and one woman they are hunting in connection with theft, assault and dangerous driving offences.

Taikan Zerzavatchi, (bottom right), 31, is being sought after failing to turn up at Hendon Magistrates’ Court on July 13 in connection with an assault on a member of staff at Northwick Park Hospital in Watford Road, Sudbury, on February 12.

Police are also looking to speak to Steven Polozzi, 29, (bottom left) in connection with a burglary at a house in Rannock Avenue, Kingsbury on May 12.

He has links to Gravesend in Kent and Kentish Town.

Patricia Martin, 41, (top right) is being sought after failing to appear at Hendon Magistrates’ Court on June 17 for dangerous driving on the Harrow Road on December 29 last year. She is believed to be in the Kilburn Area.

Police are looking to trace Darren Edwards, 27, (top left) who also goes by the names Wayne and Jamel after he failed to show up at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on June 25 charged with an assault in Ealing Road, Wembley, on November 15 last year, and a theft from a car in St Pauls Avenue, Kenton, on January 26.

Police would also like to speak to Edwards in connection with a burglary at a shop in Kilburn High Road on June 4. Edwards has links to Harrow, Brent and Ealing.

Anyone with information should call Brent Wanted Offenders Unit on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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