Police urge people to be vigilant in search for wanted Essex couple

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
10:08 PM

Police have urged people in Norfolk to be on the look out for a couple who are wanted by police.

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Luke Wall appeared at Ipswich Crown Court in Suffolk on Tuesday, July 29 to face burglary charges, while his partner Teresa Connors, 20, appeared at Maidstone Crown Court in Kent on Monday, July 28 to face burglary and theft charges.

Both subsequently failed to adhere to their court bail conditions, with 23-year-old Mr Wall, whose last known address was in Stanford-le-Hope in south Essex, removing an electronic monitoring tag.

Investigating Officer Ds David Wilkinson said: “We need to trace these two people urgently as they have breached their court bail in connection with serious offences.

“The conspiracy is connected to burglaries across Norfolk and Suffolk as well as other parts of east Anglia and Kent.”

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Luke Wall or Teresa Connors should call police immediately on 999 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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