Can you help to find Portsmouth man Scott Jeffree who has breached his court bail conditions?
Scott who's 38, failed to reside at the address set by the court yesterday, and hasn't been seen since.
He is next due in court on August 10 accused of criminal damage at Portsmouth Magistrates Court.
Police believe that Scott is in the Paulsgrove area.
He is described as:
- 6ft 1 ins tall.
- He has short brown hair.
- He has blue eyes.
“Scott was released by the court with strict bail conditions. He has breached these conditions and therefore needs to be detained so that this can be addressed by the court.
"We also need to speak to Scott in relation to a number of other investigations including a public order offence and criminal damage.
"If you see Scott or know where he is, please do not approach him, but contact us as soon as possible.”
Hampshire Constabulary are investigating the attempted murder of a woman who was stabbed in the back in Portsmouth today.
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