The hunt for the capital's most wanted has intensified, as police release the images of London's 12 men most hunted by cops.
The photos, which show six people who are being sought for burglary and six people sought for violence with injury offences such as grievous bodily harm and actual bodily harm, have been uploaded in a public appeal for help.
The move, in partnership with Crimestoppers, targets a 64-year-old man wanted by Ealing who has 27 aliases and is accused of fleeing a series of bed and breakfast guesthouses without paying his bill.
Another man, aged 26, who allegedly attacked a neighbour with a metal bar after an argument over loud music, is also wanted.
- Danny Cooper, 30, wanted by Hounslow borough for burglary.
- Victor Valko, 58, wanted by Hounslow borough for grievous bodily harm.
- Pedro Marquez, 32, wanted by Brent borough for burglary.
- Jay Wheeler, 26, wanted by Greenwich borough for Actual Bodily Harm and recall to prison.
- Ionut Chirila, 19, wanted by Redbridge borough for five burglaries.
- Rafal Szpiec, 35, wanted by Barnet borough for grievous bodily harm and actual bodily harm.
- Alan Goodin, 64, wanted by Ealing borough for burglary, failing to appear for burglary, recall to prison and theft and fraud.
- Michael Pritchard, 45, wanted by Tower Hamlets borough for four burglaries.
- Patrick Kosolo, 33, wanted by Enfield borough for grievous bodily harm.
- Gillian Keogh, 46, wanted by Kensington and Chelsea borough for two burglaries.
- Donatas Bagdzius, 35, wanted by Barking and Dagenham borough for actual bodily harm, grievous bodily harm with intent and breach of court order.
- Daniel McCollins, 34, wanted by Haringey borough for attempted grievous bodily harm with intent.
Commander Simon Letchford of Territorial Policing at the Met, said: “We are stepping up our activity to locate and arrest outstanding wanted suspects as part of our ongoing response to tackling burglary and violence in the capital.
“We will not give up in the search to find people who flout the law and cause people misery and we will use every means available to catch them.
“The use of fugitive teams and other daily operations will continue to ensure those wanted are caught, so they can face justice.”