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a huge locating during the Christmas He added: "During two previous weeks of action, Operation Chapar has already resulted in dozens of outstanding and wanted individuals being brought into custody and either put before the courts or put back in prison.
CRAIG LINFORD Wanted for: Recall to Prison Born: June 21, 1986
The QCPD earlier identified 126 criminals with outstanding arrest warrants after Pagdilao ordered each of the 12 police stations in the city to list down the 10 most wanted men in their area of jurisdiction.
The force introduced a new system to catch people wanted in cases in the UAE after their numbers increased on the instruction of Major-General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police.
Maj Gen Khalil Ebrahim Al Mansouri, Assistant to the Dubai Police Chief for Criminal Investigation Affairs, said the department used an advanced program for tracking wanted people.
Asked to disclose the identity of the wanted person and the details of the charges against him, Al-Turki said "the name of the wanted man will not be announced as his name does not figure on the list of the most-wanted terrorists in Saudi Arabia.
Elsewhere, officers are trying to trace a man and woman wanted in connection with shoplifting in Tesco, Cefn Mawr.
Lithuanian Edvinas Judinskas, 19, with links to London and Manchester, and Turk Serhat Aslan, 26, are both wanted for murder.
A man with short hair and a blue jacket is wanted in connection with shoplifting at a Spar store in Deeside on June 8.
below, from left, Karel Maly; Jandark Zaya; Emma Roberts are all wanted by police.
The photos will appear on Crimestoppers' Most Wanted website from tomorrow.
The suspects on the LAPD's initial 10 Most Wanted list are all wanted on murder charges, including two from the San Fers gang that operates in the Valley's Foothill Division.
I wanted to create a cosmetics and skincare company at the same time, because as black women, we're always shortchanged when it comes to skincare.
Worse, Rapaille writes, even those participants prepared to bare their feelings about the Wrangler didn't make reliable subjects, since so very few of them had ever bothered to think in any penetrating way about what they wanted from cars in general, and from a lightweight, unsafe, fuel-inefficient convertible jeep model in particular.
They just wanted to be close to the Thrasher shirt.