August 9, 2021 4.23 pm This story is over 33 months old

Lincolnshire Police’s three most wanted suspects

Have you seen them?

Lincolnshire Police are looking for the three most wanted suspects over crimes across Lincolnshire.

Thirty five suspects who were wanted in connection with various offences such as theft, robbery and GBH have been arrested in the past six months. This includes Ryan Katongo, Ricky Briers and Daniel Hancox who have all been arrested.

Police continue to target the most active offenders and on August 9 released the latest list of the most wanted criminals.

Detective Chief Superintendent Andy Cox, head of crime, said: “I am pleased Lincolnshire Police has had considerable success in locating our most wanted suspects since this initiative launched.

“We maintain our relentless day and night 24/7 approach to locate our most wanted suspects. We recognise that every day these people remain at large is a day which leaves them able to commit more crime and impact on victims and more broadly the community.”

Abdul Bakhtar

Abdul Bakhtar, 38, is wanted by police after an assault on Lincoln High Street. | Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Abdul Bakhtar, 38, is wanted in connection with an assault in Lincoln on November 27 last year.

The assault was on a man on Lincoln High Street, who suffered serious injuries which were not believed to be life threatening.

Crime reference number: 20000629395

Marius Dumitru

Marius Dumitru, 23, is wanted for breaching bail. | Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Marius Dumitru, 23, is wanted in connection with breach of bail offences.

Crime reference number: 18000548488

Robertas Urbonavicius

Robertas Urbonavicius, 28, is wanted in connection with fraud. | Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Robertas Urbonavicius, 28, is wanted in connection with fraud in the county.

Crime reference number: 20000536743

Anyone who has seen any of the suspects, or knows their whereabouts, should contact Lincolnshire Police on 101, or 999 in an emergency.

Detective Chief Superintendent Cox added: “We ask the public who have information which may assist our efforts to share this information with us. This can be in confidence via Crimstoppers or via our local 101 reporting process. We encourage anybody who features on our most wanted list to immediately hand themselves in.

“We will continue our relentless approach to locate these people and do so to protect the public and deliver justice for victims.”