Suspects wanted in connection with robbery, theft, GBH, ABH and violent disorder

Suspect 4901849/14

Suspect 4902848/14

Suspect 4905631/14 (image ref: 144088)

Suspect 4905631/14 (image ref: 144091)

Suspect 4904943/14

Suspect 4905324/14

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Waltham Forest

New CCTV images of Waltham Forest's most wanted have been released.

The men and woman pictured are wanted in connection with robbery, grievous bodily harm, actual bodily harm, theft and a public order offence committed in the borough in the last three months.

Suspect 4901849/14 is wanted in connection of a section 4 public order offence in High Road, Leyton on Janaury 26 at 6pm.  

Suspect 4902848/14 is wanted in connection of GBH in Church Lane, Leytonstone on February 8 at 4am.

Suspects 4905631/14 - image reference 144088 and 144091 are wanted in connection of a robbery in Hatch Lane, Chingford on Monday at 6pm. 

A third suspect was also involved in the robbery and is described as white, blonde-haired, of slim build and wearing black clothing.

Suspect 4904943/14 is wanted in connection of ABH in Forest Road, Walthamstow on March 8 at 2:45pm.

Suspect 4905324/14 is wanted in connection of theft in High Street, Walthamstow on March 13 at 2pm.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting the reference number or Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.

The Guardian has requested details on previous appeals, but the police have not responded.

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9:52am Fri 21 Mar 14

Villagecranberry says...

Do not let these nasty images of crime get you down folks as the Police have stated that crime is falling.
Do not let these nasty images of crime get you down folks as the Police have stated that crime is falling. Villagecranberry
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2:48pm Fri 21 Mar 14

mickbear88 says...

The courts don't seem to think they are a risk-why would they just let them loose if they were a problem?
The courts don't seem to think they are a risk-why would they just let them loose if they were a problem? mickbear88
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9:29pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Linzi1 says...

The two comments above are beyond ridiculous! Waltham Forest is a s**t h**e with s**t h**e people living there!!! We moved away two years ago & my god that was the best decision we have ever made!!! Should have moved out ten years ago!!! The filth people are welcome to it!!!
The two comments above are beyond ridiculous! Waltham Forest is a s**t h**e with s**t h**e people living there!!! We moved away two years ago & my god that was the best decision we have ever made!!! Should have moved out ten years ago!!! The filth people are welcome to it!!! Linzi1
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