Police issue photos of three of Bolton’s ‘most wanted’
9:09am Monday 10th September 2012 in Local
THESE are the faces of three of Bolton’s most wanted crim- inals.
Police are today launching a campaign to catch offenders who are still at large.
They are calling on the public to provide information to help bring them to justice.
The campaign is being run on Greater Manchester Police ’s web- site, and is the first part of Operation Harvest.
Specialist and divisional officers will be targeting thieves, thugs, and fugitives, across the county over the coming weeks.
Among those wanted are three people from Bolton.
Ioan-Calin Bomba, aged 35, is wanted for theft and breach of a community order, between Aug-ust 23 and November 3 last year.
Tatiana Anghelina, aged 23, is wanted for failing to appear at court for handling stolen goods offences, on August 23, 2011. Stephen Davies, aged 33, is wanted for breaching a suspended sentence, and sex offender registration.
The campaign will be backed by a number of crackdowns over the coming weeks that will see criminals targeted in their homes , communities, and on the roads.
Assistant Chief Constable Terry Sweeney said: “Through Operation Harvest we are concentrating on bringing to justice the criminals that cause the most harm and misery to people in our county.
“Those offenders that steal hard-earned valuables, often from the poorest, most vulnerable members of our society, or eng-age in drunken violence causing physical and emotional pain to innocent people, will be the particular focus of enforcement activities.
“We will also be working to remove dangerous drivers from our roads, to stop them putting their own lives, and those of other road users, at risk, and targeting criminals using our roads to carry out illegal activities, such as moving stolen metals, and other goods.”
People can follow what is happening through Operation Harvest, to put law-breakers behind bars, on our social media networks that include Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr.
Anyone with any information is urged to call police on 101, or contact the Crimestoppers phon-eline, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.