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Man with links to Stratford wanted by police

10:13 28 January 2013

Timmy Sullivan, aged 25, is wanted by police

Timmy Sullivan, aged 25, is wanted by police

Scotland Yard

A 25-year-old man with ties to the Stratford area is wanted by Police.

Timmy Sullivan was released from prison last July after serving a sentence for GBH. He has since broken conditions of his release and has been recalled to prison.

Police are appealing for information to help trace him. It is known he has ties to the Stratford area, but could be elsewhere in London.

Members of the public are being advise by police not to approach Sullivan.

Anyone with information is urged call Newham Police on 101 or contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. For an immediate sighting of Sullivan call 999.

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