Most wanted – Four more suspects wanted by Wiltshire Police

Wiltshire Police are enlisting your help in tracing some of their most wanted suspects this winter.

Their Wanted this Winter campaign runs through December, asking the public to keep an eye out for those who have evaded police.

Read more: Wiltshire’s most wanted – Nine suspects wanted by police

These are four more of their most wanted.

If you see any of these men, do not approach them, but call the police immediately on 999, providing them with a description of what they are wearing, anything they are carrying, and their direction of travel. 

If you have information which could assist with enquiries, call the police’s non-emergency number 101, quoting the log number of the individual, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111. 

Mark Thirkettle, 48

Salisbury Journal:

Location: Swindon

Description: White male, around 6ft tall, medium build, dark brown hair, brown eyes 

Offences: Wanted in connection with four thefts dating from September to November this year.

Log number: 54210111888

Kane Townsend, 23

Salisbury Journal:

Location: Swindon

Description: Approx 5ft 10in, light brown hair, heavy build, brown eyes

Offences: Wanted for fraud offences

Log number: 54210048212

John Rayworth, 36

Salisbury Journal:

Location: Swindon

Description: Approx 6ft 2in, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, medium build

Offences: Wanted for assault

Log number: 54210077524

Trevor Davies, 45

Salisbury Journal:

Location: Swindon

Description: Approx 5ft 10in, black hair, brown eyes, medium build

Offences: Wanted in relation to an assault 

Log number: 54210054866

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