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Appeal to find youth in connection with crimes in Mile End

PUBLISHED: 14:13 07 December 2017

Police are appealing for information to trace this young male who carries this distinctive rucksack. Picture credit: Tower Hamlets Police.

Police are appealing for information to trace this young male who carries this distinctive rucksack. Picture credit: Tower Hamlets Police.

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Do you recognise this image of a young male who carries this distinctive rucksack?

CCTV footage of the suspect riding a Santander bike. Picture credit: Tower Hamlets Police CCTV footage of the suspect riding a Santander bike. Picture credit: Tower Hamlets Police

Tower Hamlets Police are appealing for information to trace him in connection with a number of crimes committed in the Mile End area.

Officers believe he could be in his mid teens and have also released a CCTV still of him riding a Santander bicycle with the grey and red rucksack on his back.

If you recognise the youth from the image call Bethnal Green CID on 0207 275 4550 and quote 4233082/17 alternatively you cal contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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