The Met have released details on the kidnappers, drug dealers and robbers they are particularly keen to locate this Wanted Wednesday, in a pre-Christmas clamp down on tackling crime.
The offenders will also be put on display on the sides of vans and driven across London.
Detective Chief Superintendent Lee Hill, head of the Met’s Violent Crime Taskforce, said: “We are asking the public to be additional eyes and ears to help us locate people we need to speak to in connection with a number of serious offences.
“We often get asked by the public how they can help keep their communities safe, and providing information such as this is enormously helpful both in preventing and detecting crime. People shouldn’t just view it as “helping the police”, you are directly helping your communities and the wider London community.”
Below is a list of some of the offenders.
Flynn-Koroma, 19, is wanted for robbery. His last known location is SE6, Bromley.
Diarrassouba, 22, is wanted for grevious bodily harm. His last location is also SE6, Bromley.
Girre, 24, is wanted for grevious bodily harm. His last known location was TW3, in Hounslow and Twickenham.
Abukar, 27, is wanted for kidnap. He was last seen in N13, Palmers Green.
Grey, 46, is wanted for possession of an offensive weapon. The last known location is SW2 near Brixton.
Cowley, 24, was last seen in TW4, near Hounslow and Twickenham. He is wanted for drug offences.
For details on other individuals wanted by the Met, please follow this link.
Do you know one of the featured individuals or know of them? If so, do you know what car they drive, or where they go regularly? Where they live?
If so, please contact police on 101, or if you prefer, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111.
If you see someone or you know the current location of someone who is wanted, please dial 999. Do not put yourself at risk, or confront the individual. Find an appropriate place to make the phone call where you cannot be heard.
In a statement, Detective Chief Superintendent Hill, added: “I know some people are reticent to pass on information such as this. We know people worry that they somehow might be identified. However, I want to assure you that passing on information through Crimestoppers who are entirely independent of the police, is completely anonymous.
“Violence, drugs and other priority crimes, such as robbery, are of great concern to the communities of London, so we are committed to tackling them robustly and pursuing those we suspect to be involved in causing harm and attempting to evade justice. Help us to keep London safe.”
“One phone call could help potentially solve or even prevent a crime from happening.”