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Police appeal to find wanted man from Harlow

Mohammed Siddique is wanted on suspicion of perverting the course of justice. Credit: Essex Police

Police are appealing for information to find a man wanted on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.

29-year-old Mohammed Siddique was last known to be living in Harlow.

He has also links to Ilford and Barking.

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Cat in intensive care after being shot in Hertfordshire

Police believe the cat was shot with an air rifle. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A cat is in intensive care after it was shot in the back in a village in Hertfordshire.

Police believe the white haired cat, named Alaska, was shot with an air rifle

It happened on rural farm land behind a housing estate in Hunsdon, near Harlow, on 7 October.

“Understandably, the incident has left Alaska’s owners deeply shocked and upset.

House to house enquiries have been carried out in the area and investigations are continuing.

I am appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident, or saw someone acting suspiciously in the area around the time, to please get in touch."

– PC Sue Loughran, Hertfordshire Police

Police searching for wanted man from Essex

Munir Ahmed was last known to be living in Harlow. Credit: Essex Police

Essex Police are appealing to find a man they want to speak to in connection with a fraud allegation.

Munir Ahmed, who's 26, was last known to be living in Harlow. He also has links to Middlesex.

He is described as skinny, 5ft 10ins tall, with cropped black hair.

New CCTV images released following attack on two Polish men in Harlow

The attack happened outside the William Aylmer pub on Kitson Way Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police have have released new CCTV images of four men they'd like to speak to in connection with an assault in Harlow.

It follows the attack on two Polish men outside the the William Aylmer pub on 4 September.

Police have issued new CCTV images following the Harlow assault Credit: Essex Police

One of the men suffered a cut to his head while the other suffered a broken nose.

Both were taken to hospital for their injuries.

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Five teenagers released by police investigating killing of Polish man

Police have now released five of the six teenagers arrested on suspicion of Arek Jozwik's murder. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Five teenagers detained after a Polish man was killed in Harlow in August have been released without charge.

Arek Jozwik, 40, was attacked outside a takeaway on The Stow at around 11:30pm on Saturday, August 27. He was struck once and suffered severe head injuries as he fell and died later in hospital.

Six teenagers, five aged 15 and one aged 16 and all from Harlow, were arrested on suspicion of murder.

Five have now been released from bail without charge due to insufficient evidence. One teenager who is aged 15 and from Harlow remains on police bail.

Det Insp Danny Stoten said: "We have carried out a huge amount of work into the investigation.

"So far we have taken over 150 witness statements, spoken to over 300 people during house to house and general enquiries and seized over 100 hours of CCTV.

"In excess of 30 police officers and staff have been involved in the investigation and have committed over 1200 additional hours.”

The Polish Ambassador visited Harlow amid concern that Mr Jozwik's killing was a hate crime. Credit: ITV News Anglia
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