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Superintendent Mark Morgan, who is co-ordinating the forcewide operation, which involves local police officers and PCSOs, detectives, roads policing units and specialist search teams, said people wanted in connection with ongoing cases should expect a knock at the door.
SHANE MULLEN Wanted for: Robbery Born: February 21, 1994
Joel Pagdilao announced the arrest of six men wanted for robbery and two for selling drugs from Oct.
The Dubai Police arrested 6,840 people wanted in 8,700 cases involving Dh1.
The CID has also nabbed 3,700 out of the total 4,520 wanted people in the first four months of 2014, and got back Dh800 million in dues.
General Mansour Al-Turki said the wanted man contacted security agencies from a foreign country expressing his desire to return to the Kingdom, which led to his surrender and repatriation to the Kingdom.
Two men are wanted in connection with shoplifting in Asda, Wrexham and police are keen to speak to another in connection with a theft in Shotton Lane Stores, Deeside.
Alleged Albanian gangster Dritan Rexhepi, 32, is wanted for shooting dead two police officers in his homeland in 1999.
Another man wearing a Che Guevara T-shirt is wanted in connection with shoplifting at the same store on June 1.
Shahadat Ali, 36, of Burnham Grove, Walker, is wanted on suspicion of indecent assault; Emma Roberts, 25, of Felton Walk, Byker, is wanted on suspicion of shoplifting; Karel Maly, 31, of Crawford Terrace, Walker, is wanted for theft; Jandark Zaya, 32, of Caldbeck Avenue, Walker, is wanted for shoplifting; Michael Gallagher, 39, previously of Long Headlam, Byker, is wanted on suspicion of possessing a controlled drug; Alan Cooper, 37, previously of Benson Road, Byker, is wanted for making off without paying for a taxi fare.
One of the wanted is Mark Anthony Lilley, 37, who was sentenced in 2000 to 23 years for conspiring to supply cocaine, heroin, ecstasy and amphetamines and having a firearm.
The LAPD also has created a Most Wanted list that publicly identifies gangs and their members -- a change in the department's long-standing reluctance about giving the gangsters notoriety.