Humberside Police are giving wanted criminals the chance to hand themselves in in the run up to Christmas as officers up their patrols to seek them out.
It’s their proactive and robust initiative to take as many criminals off the streets over the next few weeks as possible. The move is part of the police’s ongoing commitment to keep people and communities safe across the whole of the Force area.
They are continuing to work hard to target and find those suspects and offenders wanted by the police.
Detective Superintendent Gary Hooks said: “Our commitment is to find and arrest those individuals that think they can avoid us and think that we’ve forgotten about them. We want to remind them that we haven’t forgotten about them.
“Our patrols are out and about actively looking for these criminals. We’re also inviting them to contact us first to hand themselves in before our officers knock on their doors. This can be done by simply walking in to any police station or by approaching an officer.
“We are also appealing to the public to contact us with any information about the whereabouts of such criminals. We are making every effort to ensure that these wanted individuals are caught and will face any charges they may have against them.
“The safety and protection of our communities is our priority and with this in mind we are committed to getting these suspects into custody as soon as we can.
“Any information can be passed on by contacting us by calling 101, or anonymously on the Crimestoppers number of 0800 555 111.“
Please see below the 7 photographs of individuals the police are seeking in connection with the following offences:
- Anthony Melbourne, 32, Hull. Burglary.
- Hazim Rashid Ali, 35, Hull. Rape.
- John Everett, 26, Hull. Burglary.
- Kelly Tuttle, 33, Hull. Theft.
- Ryan Fearnley, 27, Hull. Burglary.
- Sebastien Galwas, 24, Hull. Burglary.
- Yousef Maruf, 22, Hull. Rape.