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Police renew appeal over man wanted in connection with Gravesend assault

13:23 10 October 2016

Brian Warrington

Brian Warrington

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They now wish to speak to him about two further reported assaults

Police are renewing an appeal for information into the whereabouts of a man with links to Dartford and Gravesend wanted in connection with an alleged assault.

Brian Warrington, 27, was added to Kent Police’s Most Wanted gallery in September 2016 but has not yet been found.

He is wanted in connection with an alleged assault in the Trinity Road area of Gravesend, on Friday, September 9 2016.

Officers now wish to speak to him about a further two reported assaults – one in Queen Street, Gravesend, on Wednesday, September 7, and another in Alanbrooke, Gravesend, on Saturday, September 17.

A significant number of enquiries to locate Mr Warrington have already taken place and anyone who knows of his whereabouts is urged to call 101, quoting most wanted and reference number XY/36111/16.

Alternatively, call Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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