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Harwich: Devon police search for man with links to the area

13:39 30 January 2014

Michael Lidderdale

Michael Lidderdale


Police in Devon have made a new appeal to help trace a man with links to north Essex.

Plymouth man Michael Lidderdale, who is known as Tye, is wanted by police for failing to comply with the conditions of a supervision order following his release from prison.

He was recalled to prison on November 7, but has so far not been located. He was originally convicted of fraud.

He is described as a white man, 5’ 7” tall and of proportionate build.

He has short, light brown hair, hazel eyes, a scar on his right cheek and another on his right forearm. He has a piercing in is left ear and a tattoo of two stars on his inner right wrist.

He is known to have visited Essex recently, particularly the Harwich area.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101, quoting police reference JT/13/1574


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