Every week police ask our readers for help to find wanted suspects.
These are the people currently most wanted by the Met Police.
Also known as Aaron Royer, 55, is wanted by police for breaching conditions of the Sex Offenders’ Register.
He is also wanted for questioning in connection with an allegation of rape in Suffolk.
Rowan is from Hackney, but may have left the area.
Anyone with information should email GD-Jigsaw2@met.police.uk , call 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting ViSOR 12/0344998.
Police have released an appeal for a man wanted in Greenwich after breaching his tag 14 times.
Adem Sasmaz, 28, is currently wanted by Metropolitan Police for ‘multiple tag breaches’, and officers are now appealing to the public for helping locating the suspect.
Greenwich MPS said anyone with any information on the location of the individual should get in touch with police or anonymously via Crimestoppers.
Tagging, known officially as electronic monitoring, is used in the UK to monitor curfews and conditions out of a court or prison order.
Police are hunting a man in Woolwich after he allegedly stole a high-value watch off an elderly victim.
Michael Okoeguale is known to frequent the Woolwich area and is wanted by Met Police for multiple offences.
The 30-year-old reportedly stole a high-valued watch off an elderly victim, and also failed to attend court on July 15.
Greenwich Met Police have now released a photo of the suspect in an appeal to the public to be on the look out.
Euro final appeal
The following people are wanted in connection with disorder at Euro 2020 final .
Can you help police identify who they are?
Following events at Wembley and in central London on the day of the final, the Met’s Public Order Crime Team launched an investigation to identify those responsible for any offences.
Detective Sergeant Matt Simpson, from the Met’s Public Order Crime Team, said: “We are now looking to identify a further 15 individuals following our first appeal on Saturday, 17 July.
“These individuals are wanted in relation to multiple different offences which led to the disorder at the Euro 2020 final.”
Anyone who can identify the people in the new set of images being released is urged to call 101 or tweet @MetCC, providing the reference 7858/16JUL.
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All of these wanted people are not to be approached and any sightings ring 999.
Anyone with information can ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or leave a message on the police social media pages.