Police's Rogues Gallery Scores its First Success

Suspect hands himself into police after seeing his mugshot displayed

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A "rogues gallery" organised by Hammersmith and Fulham Police has scored its first success.

Suspected jewel thief Sean Patterson, 22, handed himself in to Hammersmith Police station early this morning after seeing his own image on a range of publicity materials issued in a joint initiative between Hammersmith & Fulham Council and the Met Police.

The material included a van touring the boought with three foot high mugshots of seven "Most Wanted" suspects.

Patterson, 22, was arrested at 1.15am on Thursday February 9 for his part in a £2,000 jewellery heist in W12. He went on the run after failing to appear at Isleworth Crown Court on November 3, 2011.

He has now been remanded in custody awaiting his trial for burglary later in the month.

Chief Superintendent Lucy D'Orsi, H&F Borough Commander, said:"“I am pleased that this campaign has had an initial positive result and that the first of these offenders has handed himself in to the police.

" I would urge the others to do the same as my officers will continue with their enquires aimed at bringing them to justice. Hammersmith & Fulham Police are committed to utilising new technology to fight crime, target offenders and engage with the local community."

Officers want to quiz the suspects, who are all on the run or who failed to appear in court for a range of offences including drug dealing, ABH and burglary.

Chief Superintendent Lucy D'Orsi, H&F Borough Commander, says: " We are committed to catching all outstanding offenders who think that they can evade justice. We are, in addition to using traditional techniques and electronic media, publishing these images right across the borough and would urge people to contact us so that these criminals can be brought before the courts."

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Darrell Richmond - Hammersmith and Fulham's Most Wanted

 

Wanted: Darrell Richmond 
Police are trying to track down Sean Patterson (above) and Darrell Richmond (22) who are both charged with a £2,000 jewellery heist in W12. Both failed to appear at Isleworth Crown Court on November 3, 2011.

 

 

 

Philip Brown - Hammersmith and Fulham's Most Wanted

 

 

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Philip Brown (31) went on the run after failing to turn up to Kingston Crown Court for sentencing. He has pleaded guilty to supplying crack cocaine and heroin after being caught in possession of a large quantity of drugs.

 

 

Marian Calvi - Hammersmith and Fulham's Most Wanted

 

Wanted: Maria Calvi 
The staff only areas of pubs around W12 and W6 were targeted by Maria Calvi (24) who failed to appear at West London Magistrates Court and is charged with two counts of burglary.

 

 

 

Paul Dunkley - Hammersmith and Fulham's Most Wanted

 

 

Wanted: Paul Dunkley 
Paul Dunkley (19) is charged with burglary of a jewellers in Shepherds Bush and admitted the offence. However, he failed to appear in court in May last year.

 

 

Adam Gryzec - Hammersmith and Fulham's Most Wanted

 

Wanted: Adam Gryzec 
Adam Gryzec (34) was sentenced to a year in prison for burglary and is wanted for failing to comply with his reporting conditions after he was released in November.

 

 

 

"Criminals can run, but they cannot hide," says Cllr Greg Smith, H&F Cabinet Member for Residents’ Services. " We need residents to take a long hard look at these faces and help us put these villains behind bars. Our message is clear, if you know these people we want you to turn them in."

The public are being warned not to approach any of these people directly. If you have information please dial 101, email  hammersmithandfulham.police@met.police.uk or tweet:  @MPSHammFul.

 

January 27, 2012