Suffolk's most wanted revealed on web

SUFFOLK'S most wanted criminals will be appearing on the internet today.

SUFFOLK'S most wanted criminals will be appearing on the internet today.

Suffolk police has joined forces with Crimestoppers by signing up to its 'Most Wanted' website.

The site has been developed by Crimestoppers, because there has been no single place for the police to continuously share information with the public about wanted criminals.

Members of the public can access the site by going to the Suffolk police homepage, where there is permanent link to the Suffolk appeals section of 'Most Wanted' www.crimestoppers-uk.org/in-your-area/east-of-england.

Here people can view photos, E-fits, CCTV stills and read descriptions of suspects.

Acting detective inspector Richard Crabtree from the constabulary's Force Intelligence Bureau, said: “With the public's support we hope that Crimestoppers 'Most Wanted' will become a key tool in the fight against crime.

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“We would encourage people to read our local appeals, and contact us if they recognize anyone, because they may have information, which could help us with our enquiries.”

Liz Harlaar, chairwoman of the Suffolk Crimestoppers Board, said: “Suffolk Crimestoppers is dedicated to helping solve crimes and taking criminals off the streets across the county.

“Suffolk's residents can play a key part in this, by getting in touch with Crimestoppers immediately if they have any information about anyone on the 'Most Wanted' website.”

Click here to see Suffolk's most wanted criminals

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