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Kent Police’s Most Wanted: Public Urged to Help in Manhunt

Kent Police have released their most wanted list, featuring individuals sought in connection with a range of offences, including sexual assault, knife crime, and harassment. As the hunt for these suspects intensifies, authorities are urging the public to come forward with any information that could aid in their apprehension.

Among those on the list is Mohamed Saidi-Sief, wanted in connection with a sexual assault in Dover. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact the police immediately.

Andrew Swaine is also being sought on suspicion of harassment, with links to Maidstone and East Sussex. His capture remains a priority for law enforcement.

Stephen McCreadie faces a recall to prison and has connections to Sheerness and London. The public is urged to report any sightings to authorities.

Jordan James, who is believed to be in Rainham, is wanted on recall to prison, adding to the urgency of locating him.

Darren Dixon wanted for assault and escaping lawful custody, is believed to have links to Dartford and south London. His apprehension is crucial for ongoing investigations.

Maxwell King-Lewis, Ilir Bulku, David Spry, Stephen Anderson, Bestun Kader, Reneo Shehu, Malek Zafar, Marcin Domagala, Brian Kilpatrick, and Daniel Windridge are also on the list, each wanted for various offences ranging from recall to prison to serious assaults and harassment.

The police emphasize the importance of community cooperation in locating these individuals, urging anyone with information to come forward promptly. Whether through a direct sighting or knowledge of their whereabouts, every piece of information is crucial in the pursuit of justice.

Authorities urge individuals who spot any of these wanted suspects not to approach them but to immediately contact the police. Reporting sightings promptly can aid law enforcement in swiftly apprehending these individuals and ensuring public safety.

The hunt for these suspects continues, with Kent Police urging the community to remain vigilant and report any relevant information that could assist in their capture.

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