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FOLLOWING the arrest of three people wanted on suspicion of a burglary after they were featured in the Times, Brent Police have again turned to our readers to help snare seven suspected robbers. All are believed to be in involved in robberies that have t
FOLLOWING the arrest of three people wanted on suspicion of a burglary after they were featured in the Times, Brent Police have again turned to our readers to help snare seven suspected robbers.
All are believed to be in involved in robberies that have taken place across the borough.
Several of them have been arrested and charged but failed to appear at court while the other have been identified through CCTV footage or forensic evidence.
Detective Inspector, Rebecca Reeves of Brent Priority Crime Unit said: "I would like to say thank you not only to the local papers, but in particular to those members of the public who did the right thing and came forward with information.
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"I also want to appeal directly to these men and their families: hand yourself into a police station and stop running.
"Face up to what you have done so you can take the first steps to repaying your debt to society.
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"My promise to you is that we will treat you fairly."
Anyone with information about these men's whereabouts can call Brent Priority Crime Unit on 07917 067 281 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.